featured projects

  • Short film made for the National Museum of Scotland's #RobotsExhibition that goes behind the scenes at the Edinburgh Centre for Robotics.
  • Short film made for South Ayrshire Council as part of a campaign to stop using single use plastic items to tackle pollution.
  • The Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies has teamed up with the College of Science and Engineering to provide you with a unique and challenging opportunity as part of your Study Abroad in Edinburgh programme.
  • Zetland is the longest running boxing club in my local area and focuses on giving young people the opportunity to improve their lives through sport.
  • Here's a fun one I got to do, an anamorphic music video with student nurses ! - celebrating 21 years of teaching at the University of Stirling.
  • Shot on the Micro Cinema Camera, Here we have triathlete Hanna Howitt getting put through her paces on the vo2max machine.
  • The University of Stirling and Heriot Watt team up to offer education with STEM degrees, aiming to create the the next generation of inspring science teachers.
  • Meet Awatif Mustafa, a student from Palestine who has enjoyed a life changing year studying for her MSc in Investment Analysis at the University of Stirling.
  • Short film following the work of a group of residents in Edinburgh over the last year, who are using human rights to challenge poor housing conditions.
  • Short drama created by pupils of Falkirk High School as part of social influence project with Barnardos.
  • Short video profile of Isha Sudan, an Indian student from Delhi studying for her MBA at the Unviersity of Stirling.
  • Cinematic Cities. An anamorphic journey with the Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera from Mostar to Sarajevo.
  • A short anamorphic mini-doc on experiences of being LGBT and living with a mental health condition.
  • A short case study of an extraordinary chap whose life was changed through an event which focussed on his strengths and talents.
  • Part of a series of films For Equally Ours. Hughes used human rights to change the law around how young people are treated by the police.
  • Cinematic Cities. Shooting with an ISCO Widescreen 2000 Anamorphic lens, a series of shots from the Spanish Capital.
  • Filmed over many months using Nikkor AIS prime lenses, an insight into the violin-making process of one of Scotland's best craftsmen.
  • Cinematic cities. Budapest in true cinemascope using the Blackmagic Pocket Cinema camera and a 1.5x Anamorphic lens.
  • Cinematic Places. A trip to Scotland's most beautiful glen with the Blackmagic Cinema Camera.
  • A case study about Human rights in health and care, featuring Roshni who address issues which affect minority ethnic communities in Scotland.
  • Nick has been stopped over 30 times by police. He believes he was targeted because of the colour of his skin.
  • An advert for the Youth Enterprise Awards encouraging pupils to think creatively and turn their fledgling business ideas into reality.
  • A mini-doc on Bethsy Gray, a silver Jeweller from Denmark who moved to Glasgow in the early 1970s. Now based within the starry starry night vintage clothing shop.

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