Apologies for the squashed aspect ratio and some other technical issues but the system used has a very unique non-Mac compatible codec which isn’t even native to Windows so I’ve had issues trying to edit it and get it to play properly.
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I'm a multi award winning photojournalist, two of the main being the British Press Awards Photographer of the Year and a World Press Photo award. I also cover a fair amount of PR and commercial photography. Over the past few years I've been interested in film making and have a few commercial creative films and a documentary in my folio of video work.
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