I am a video editor and camera operator from Dunedin, New Zealand.

I began my career at Channel 9 in Dunedin, where I worked for eight years. Being able to multi-task was important and over the years I had roles as a video editor and camera operator before moving up to be a director of live broadcasts including the nightly news bulletin.

I moved to London in 2013 where I worked for Sharp Focus Ltd. Sharp Focus is a South London production company specialising in high quality sports videos, mainly cricket, hockey and coaching videos. As part of the team I was involved in shooting and editing HD content for the English Cricket Board, England Hockey and making a wide variety of coaching videos from baseball sessions in San Fransisco to under 16s cricket in Dubai. I was project leader for an annual coaching DVD called "Wings to Fly" which was distributed to cricket coaches throughout the UK.

During my time at Sharp Focus I also had the opportunity to do some documentary work, which I love. This included a piece on blind cricketer Mo Khatri which was broadcast on the BBC (this can be seen in the "projects" section of the website)

In 2016 I decided to start my own video business - Dip Creek Productions. Having started the business in Belfast, I have recently returned to New Zealand with my partner Ciara. It is fantastic to be back home in NZ and I love creating videos for local businesses and their social media video marketing campaigns (you can see some examples here). I look forward to working with many more over the coming years!