Going for Gold!

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I film regularly for Virtual College – an online training company, and occasionally the work is available publicly. Here’s a job that I’ve just filmed featuring the Brownlee Brothers, triathletes who are multiple Olympic gold medal winners for Team GB and local lads too!

Altura Learning

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Altura have uploaded a few training film promos that I filmed and occasionally also edited:

Shooting with autocue at the Milton Keynes HQ
On location
Autocue, nice!


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Here’s something I made a while back which has recently shown up on the client’s Vimeo channel:

It was the first time that NGN had been asked to certify a GoPro for gas safety. Basically I put the GoPro in a waterproof housing and they approved for use on-site where gas is present. I was able to use the camera on a long pole at the bottom of the holes made using the new drilling technology. The GoPro gave a new angle to previous unseen places, and NGN have continued to use GoPro cameras on their shoots. I made this with my old mate Howard who’s now sadly no longer with us.









Stressing the point

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Managing Workplace Pressure
The Aged Care Channel have uploaded another programme promotion:

The programme is a update to an original that I filmed on the FS100 back in 2014. The update includes a raft of new scenes filmed on my LS300 which now include home care workers.

5 Star Service

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A regular client that I can’t blog about very often, is ACC – The Aged Care Channel. The work that I do for them is often confidential, and protected by their copyright. Occasionally however, they post short public excerpts of their training films, like this example on providing a 5 Star Service:


Back in May I filmed for four days in and around Aylesbury, with the lovely team from ACC. I supply my camera kit, lighting and additional sound kit. We work with a variety of freelance directors, Tony on sound and the production team from ACC HQ. Once we wrapped I returned home and started editing the film for both the UK and Australia, where the two versions have slight regional difference regarding terminology and care guidelines.

I delivered the 20 minute edit as a ProRes master and ACC UK play it into their live monthly programme, which is simulcast to their subscriber around the world via their own dedicated delivery system.