the marvels - feature film - due for release 2023
Credits: Elements Unit Director of Photography / Main Unit B Camera Operator
Sequel to Captain Marvel, directed by Nia DaCosta and staring Brie Larson, Teyonah Parris, Iman Vellani and Samuel L. Jackson. Images and clips are currently unavailable.
falling for figaro - feature film - released in cinemas & on netflix
A brilliant young fund manager leaves her unfulfilling job to chase her dream of becoming an opera singer. A romantic comedy from the award winning director of The Sessions, starring Joanna Lumley, Danielle Macdonald & Hugh Skinner.
WestEnd Films Dir: Ben Lewin Prod: Judi Levine, Arabella Page-Croft
annika - season 1
Unconventional Annika heads up the marine homicide unit, investigating the dark mysteries of the Scottish coasts and lochs while guiding the audience through her complicated personal life. Based on the successful BBC Radio series and starring Nicola Walker and Paul McGann.
Black Camel Pictures Dir: Philip John / Fiona Walton Prod: Kieran Parker & Arabella Page Croft
deep state 2 - series for fox/disney
Personal and political rivals clash as transatlantic factions descend on Mali in a bid for power. Season two of Fox's explosive geo-political spy thriller, starring Walton Goggins and Alistair Petrie. Shot on location in Morocco and South Africa.
Endor Productions Dir: Matthew Parkhill Prod: Paul Frift
a midsummer night's dream - feature film
"The course of true love never did run smooth" - Shakespeare’s great romantic comedy gives us love, jealousy, magic and devilry as a night in the forest leaves unsuspecting townsfolk in the mischievous hands of quarrelling fairies.
Parkhouse Pictures Dir: Sacha Bennett Prod: Tracy Beresford & Steve Jarvis
deep state 1 - series for fox/disney
A missing son draws a retired MI6 agent back to the middle east where the turmoil of corporate greed and aggressive global politics threatens the lives of anyone it touches. Season 1 of Fox’s political spy thriller, starring Mark Strong & Alistair Petrie
Endor Productions Dir: Matthew Parkhill Prod: Tom Nash