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I had a dose of cabin fever brought on by a long winter, and the politics bouncing around the web were leaving me feeling a little down in the dumps. Though I was thinking a lot about adventures in the context of upcoming film projects...

This is a Daring Deeds blog post written for my sponsors Alpkit...

I'm always wary of biopic documentaries, it seems so crass to charge in and make a film after someone has died, a cheap way to make a fast buck from a subject that will never fail to pull on people's heart strings. When I first heard...

This is a post that I wrote for my students at Kendal College, I felt it could be valuable to others. Below is a short case study of one of my favourite filmmakers Eliot Rausch, his cinematography and direction have been great sources of inspiration on...

A little over three years ago I finished a film (or a trilogy of short films) about climbing in the Lake District. Although not my first climbing film, it seemed to be when I first found my flow and made something from my heart, not...

I often work alone. There is a certain safety that comes with orchestrating and executing each part of a film project myself. I don't need to rely on anyone, the only person I will be let down by is me and I find that less...

My working life has changed significantly over the past year. I am no longer just navigating the often stressful, uncertain world of freelance work, which I admit, has it's perks and moments of brilliance. Over a year ago now I stuck my neck out and applied...