Professional film and corporate video by StillVision.

As a specialist stills photographer, I also produce professional film and corporate videography work. My portfolio includes highlight films for events and conferences, research and event-based voxpop interviews, short corporate videos, and promotional films tailored for websites and social media platforms.  Additionally, I produce website banner videos typically shot alongside business photography portfolios.

The following mini portfolio showcases examples commissioned by charities, companies, and institutions across Cambridge and the UK.



Since 1999, the Aquaid Lifeline Fund has built facilities to help many thousands of orphaned children & infants in rural Malawi.  This promotional film was shot in locations all over southern Malawi.  It highlights the charity’s projects & inspirational progress working with young people in one of the poorest countries on earth.  Written, shot & produced by myself, it was nominated for a Charity Film Award in October 2017.




Three video banners were shot as part of online re-branding work for Shearline, HLT and SXL.  The three manufacturing/fabrication companies are linked, but offer different services to clients within the niches they serve.  The video clips were shot alongside staff portraits and a portfolio of general business/PR photography.



This highlights film was made for CamNeuro’s three day BRAINFest event at the Cambridge Corn Exchange in 2017.  I shot the film alongside stills photography coverage of the event.



Taken from a series of four corporate videos produced for Bray Solutions, this business introduction was used for web and social media marketing.  All films was shot on location over four days and formed part of a larger job of general business stills and PR photography.


IfM Briefing Day 2018

This event highlights film was shot during the Institute for Manufacturing Briefing Day 2018.  I filmed conference talks and vox-pop interviews with speakers & delegates.  I also collected stock footage and stills for a number of other films later produced for the University of Cambridge more widely.