featured projects

  • Promotional film for SICSA on DEMOfest 2016 - their flagship event that fuses the latest academic research with industry opportunities.
  • Promotional film covering the launch of the excellent Prospect North exhibition at Glasgow's Lighthouse.
  • Keep Scotland Beautiful celebrate 50 years of Beautiful Scotland in a glitzy awards ceremony in Aberdeen's famous Beach Ballroom.
  • 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.
  • A short produced for Imkaan and the EVAW Coalition, to shine a light on the impact sexual harassment has on the lives of young women.
  • 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.
  • The Institute of Social Marketing (ISM) won the Queen’s Anniversary Prize for Higher and Further Education for their ground-breaking social marketing research.
  • Cinematic Places. A trip to Scotland's most beautiful glen with the Blackmagic Cinema Camera.
  • A Junior Climate Challenge Fund (JCCF) case study where young people are helping their communities reduce carbon footprints and tackle climate change.
  • 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.