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FILMMAKER & PHOTOGRAPHER BASED IN EAST AFRICA

 

DONT LOSE THE PLOT

 

WRITER | DIRECTOR | EDITOR

Don’t Lose the Plot (DLTP) is a new agricultural TV series for an East Africa audience developed by the Mediae Company in Kenya. The show ties in the popular reality TV formats of ‘competition’ & ‘makeover’ into a highly entertaining show. Its aim is to encourage Kenyan and Tanzanian youth into farming as a successful business and, as a way of improving their livelihoods. Filmed in both English and Swahili. Broadcast in Kenya, Tazania and Uganda on Citizen TV.

CAMERA : FS5     EDIT : ADOBE PREMIER 

SHALL WE DANCE ?

 

WRITER | DIRECTOR | CAMERA | EDITOR

My first solo documentary explores the complicated layers of the human-animal conflict and highlights the importance of coexistence in the future of sustaining wildlife populations in Kenya. The underlying message being that coexistence of pastoral livestock and wildlife is not only possible, but is the best hope of sustaining large viable carnivore and other wildlife populations. Although this film focuses on specifically lion in the South Rift region, it speaks to many human-animal conflict issue worldwide.

CAMERA : CANON 5DM2         EDIT : FCP 7

Searching for Namenyak

 

WRITER | DIRECTOR | CAMERA | EDITOR

This short film was captured over a week. It started with an email and ended up as this. Anna and Greg, strangers before this film, set off on what some would label an impossible mission. Greg was looking for the cubs he photographed 7 years ago, the cubs that helped launch his career and made it onto the front cover of National Geographic Magazine, Greg found himself wondering what happened to them? Anna a Kenyan born wildlife filmmaker had spent time with the lions in the region Greg took his photograph. They joined forces to try and find some answers for Greg, Anna documented their ambitious pursuit where possible – here is what happened… 

CAMERA : CANON 5DM2       EDIT : FCP 7

 

2008 - BA FILM & TV

Nottingham University: BA in Film and Television

2009 - FOUNDER OF NUTV

Founder & Station Manager of Nottingham University TV. Awarded for ‘Outstanding commitment to the student union’.

2009 - TV DEBUT

On-screen contestant and winner of Last Woman Standing. A BBC TV show about sports & remote tribes.

2010 - PMA BBC LONDON

Production Manager Assistant at BBC London Factual

2011 - BMA WILDLIFE & DOCUMENTARY PRODUCTION

Salford University: MA Wildlife and Documentary Production.

2012 - CHROME PRODUCTIONS

Freelance Presenter and Production Manager

2013 - DRAMA TV SERIES - EAST AFRICA

Editor for the Mediae Company in Kenya on the popular educaitonal drama series 'Makutano Junction'

2014 - KIDS TV SERIES - EAST AFRICA

Commissioned to write, film and edit 52 educational segments for a popular kids TV show in East Africa about environment & wildlife

2016 - AGRI TV SERIES - EAST AFRICA

Commissioned to write, direct & edit 13 x 26 eps of new Agricultrual TV series. Filmed in English & Swahili for broadcast throughout East Africa.

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W E ♀W O M E N I have to say... I LOVE being female. It’s a thought I’ve been exploring a lot recently. Most of all for the bond I feel innately with women I meet in contrasting places. Be it the Amazon, Asia, Africa... everywhere I’ve travelled - I don’t speak their words but I do speak their language. Strangely for me, the more remote the woman the more I relate. I feel comfortable around them, less judged, more myself. It’s an ongoing feeling I check in with whenever I walk into a new community. I’m horrible in a city crowd. And I’ve always found most social gatherings energy draining, but with these women the energy is flowing... I want to stay. So what does that mean...? It’s given me a new perspective on my self proclaimed ‘lone ranger’ personality. Maybe I just haven’t found my tribe... it’s an ongoing self-discovery. If there is anyone else out there like me... let me know when you’ve figured it out lol... in the mean time I’m gonna embrace all the wonderfulness of being a woman (and yes, a little weird) 💃 #justbeyou #selfdiscovery #thisthingcalledlife #worldwomen #weirdandwonderful

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D A W N ⇞ P A T R O L We wake up before the sun to catch this young Samburu girl as she sets off with her families livestock into the wild after some breakfast. Her next meal will be when she returns as the sun is setting. She will stay out in the heat of the day, searching for grass & protecting both her herd & herself from predators. She is so focused on her mission she barely acknowledges my presence. I struggle to keep up, regretting my rig choice after an hour running with #redepicdragon & #djironin that familiar ache creeps into my arms & core, but somehow hold my frame - inspired by the resilience of my subject! On her return she will secure the animals in the manyatta, eat & rest before heading out again tomorrow. #muchrespect #samburu #cultures #differentworld #humbleddaily #girlswhoinspire #resilience #filmshoot #tribaleducation

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G O O O O D ❀ M O R N I N G Wishing for many more mornings in happy kitchens with Rabbit. Good to be home for a bit to refuel on goodness. Morning Shake time #youarewhatyoueat #startthedayright #plantbaseddiet #plantpoweredpeople

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* T R I C K Y * When you've got the perfect shot framed - Clients car surrounded by a herd of elephant, perfect lighting. A photographers dream - the quintessential safari moment.... Then they turn around and start photographing you... #umm #tricky #shawnstopposing #touristmoment #gofigure

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