Films and Videos

Val D’Isere Ski Trip 2017

A short video to remember our 2017 Val D’Isere ski trip, celebrating Chris’ 30th birthday! Filmed on a GoPro Hero 4.


Slapstick Comedy Festival – 2017 Promo

I’ve edited the promotional videos for the Bristol Slapstick Comedy Festival for the last few years and this is the most recent edit I’ve done for them. It’s always good practice to go back and try to improve upon the previous year’s film. To find out more about the festival click here.

Cape Verde Holiday 2016

As I was going to a destination that was surrounded by the ocean, I decided that the best camera to take away with me would be my GoPro Hero 4. It meant that I could take it in and out of the water without having to worry about it getting wet or little grains of sand getting inside of it. The other plus to only having a GoPro is that you have to be more creative with the shots because you are limited to the wide angle lens. It meant that I was constantly playing around with my angles to ensure that I got the best shots. (Music: Django Django – Default)

Alp D’Huez Ski Trip 2016

A highlights video from our skiing trip in Alp D’Huez – Shows just 10% of the fun we had! After making this short video I’m keen to produce more adventure type films, to show the more creative and fun side of filmmaking. Filmed on 2 GoPros and Canon S110. (Music: Benjamin Booker – Violent Shiver)


Dartmoor Ponies : The Final Round-Up : TRAILER

The trailer for my film, ‘Dartmoor ponies: The Final Round Up.’ The film is based in the scenic Dartmoor National Park and investigates the reasons for the slaughter of hundreds of healthy foals each year and the efforts of people in Dartmoor to control the situation, in order to keep Dartmoor’s heritage alive.

Screened at the 2015 EQUUS Film Festival in New York.
Selected to be part of the WINNIE Award Winner’s Tour in 2016. Next screening in February in Camden, South Carolina.


Dartmoor Ponies : The Final Round-Up

A short film exploring the reasons for the slaughter of hundreds of healthy foals each year on Dartmoor and the efforts of people to control the situation in order to save their family’s heritage. Not your typical fairytale pony story.

Screened at the 2015 EQUUS Film Festival in New York.
Selected to be part of the WINNIE Award Winner’s Tour in 2016. Next screening in February in Camden, South Carolina.

If you would like to keep up-to-date on the situation in Dartmoor, or simply to see some behind-the-scenes videos and photos, please ‘like’ and follow the Dartmoor Ponies: The Final Round Up facebook page.


British Garden Birds

This short film is a unique portrait of bird species common to many gardens across Britain and aims to show their elegance and agility in flight. Through the use of two camera angles and slow motion the film captures a perspective of the birds that would be almost impossible with the naked eye.

Highly Commended in the 2015 BWPA Awards, Wildlife in HD category.
Nominated for the Cinematography category at the WildFilmFest.


Interview with a mounted police officer

Kickstarter Campaign Video for the Slapstick Comedy Festival

I produced and edited this Kickstarter Campaign for the Slapstick Comedy Festival in Bristol. The campaign was successful and raised £5000 for the festival! This allowed them to keep their events unique and special for everyone attending.

Successful Kickstarter Campaign Video


Restoring Charlie Chaplin

A short documentary about the restoration of an 80 year old Charlie Chaplin poster from New York. The Slapstick Comedy Festival director, Chris Daniels, bought this poster in 2015, but when it arrived it was in a worse condition than he had first thought. He gave it to a well-known Bristol archivist, Alicia Garcia, who restored the poster back to it’s original condition. This documentary captures the poster in it’s ‘before and after’ stages and you can see how Alicia had to almost work a miracle on it, in order to get it framed before the festival in 2016.

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