London Zoo: An Extraordinary Year   ITV1   

Series director: Barnaby Peel

I worked on both episodes of this documentary series, showing the struggles of London Zoo battling to keep the animals safe during lockdown 

Lovingly-made... This charming film was lifted out of the ordinary by the unique nature of the circumstances it documented and the absorbing stories it told: Telegraph

The Baby Has Landed   BBC2  

Series director: Barnaby Peel

I worked on all four episodes of this documentary series, following six families as they deal with having a new baby in the house. 

Weepy and well-paced, it's an emotional rollercoaster guaranteed to move even the hardest of viewers: The Guardian     A little gem of a show: Grazia

A genuine picture of family life that felt rare in factual television: i

Surgeons series 2   BBC2  

Series director: Stuart Bernard 

Episode 1 - nominated for a Grierson Award 2019

Ambulance series 1 and 3  BBC1 

Series directors: Bruce Fletcher and Chris McLaughlin 

Finishing editor on two series of the BAFTA winning programme

Every so often a fly-on-the-wall documentary comes along that is so powerful it pins its audience to their sofas. Ambulance is one such series: The Telegraph

24 Hours in Police Custody series 1 and 3   Channel 4   

Series directors: Alisa Pomeroy and Graeme McAulay

I worked on three episodes of series 3, edited one episode and was one of the series finishers on series 1

Inside Birmingham Children’s Hospital   Channel 4   

Series director: Hamish Ferguson

I cut the first two and final episodes of the 10 x 60’ observational series

Sharply edited: The Telegraph

Welcome to India   BBC2

Series director: Tom Beard 

Two episodes of a 3 x 60’ observational series showing an unseen side of India, with people struggling to make a living on the streets of India’s cities

One of those rare series that can genuinely change the way you see the world.

A potentially life-changing series: The Times

Brothers in Arms: Basra   Sky One

Directed by Andy Wells 

90’ documentary about the experiences of the last British soldiers to leave Basra. 

A beautifully produced, intimate history of the Iraq war: The Times

Big Ballet   Channel 4   

Series director: Kirsty Cunningham 

Episode one of a 3 x 60’ observational series in which Wayne Sleep puts together a version of Swan Lake using plus-size amateur dancers. 


A frank and refreshing glimpse into a rarefied world obsessed with size: 

The Telegraph

This World: India’s Supersize Kids   BBC2

Directed by  Andy Wells 

60’ documentary about the problem of obesity in middle class India

A thought-provoking portrait of a country in transition: The Guardian

Winner: Best Documentary Jury Award at the Noida International Film Festival