2021. Dir/Prod Hazel Falck. Website
2015. As director/camera. Link in this text at The Guardian
Feature documentary (in production).
Feature documentary. Nominated for Michael Powell Award 2012. [UK/Sweden] Prod: Sonja Henrici & Lisbet Gabrielsson. Dir: Maja Borg
2011. SDI/Creative Scotland/BBC Scotland.
Dir: Tali Yankelevich.Premiered at Sheffield Documentary Festival. SXGlobal Shorts Jury Award (SXSW).
2010. BBC Scotland. B-Camera
Prod: John Archer/Hopscotch Films. Dir: Brian Ross. Broadcast Spring 2011.
2009. [Scotland] Clarity Productions for SDI. Prod: Carina Wilson Dir: Matt Lloyd. The Times BFI 53rd London Film Festival 2009, 7th CPH:DOX – nominated for NEW:VISION Award, SXSW Fillm Festival Austin, Texas.
Short documentary for National Museum of Scotland Director/Producer: Sitar Rose
2008. [Scotland] Lansdowne productions / SDI for Scottish Screen/BBC Scotland Dir: Anna Jones. Part of a feature length film in 10 episodes marking the 60th anniversary of Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Broadcast December 2008.
2007. [US/Scotland] Dir: Kelly Neal. Bridging the Gap / SDI documentary about ice fishing and the death of white rural America. Filmed in Columbus, North Dakota. Special mention in the Short Scottish Documentary competition at Edinburgh International Film Festival, Scottish BAFTA winner.
2007. [Scotland] Dir: Charlotte Cornic. G-Mac / Scottish Screen / BBC. Short documentary about the effect of the Arthur Balfour Declaration to the life of one Palestinian woman.
2007. [UK] Dir: Faisal Aziz. Bona Broadcasting SDI/Scottish Screen. Screened at Hotdocs 2008.
2006. [Sweden/Scotland] 52min. Dir: Maja Borg. Feature documentary about the Lucia tradition, small town Sweden and the darkest night of the year. Screened at Pärnu International Documentary and Anthropology Film Festival.
2005. [Scotland] Teebster for SDI / Scottish Screen / Skillset. Dir: Alice Nelson. Shortlisted for the Saltire Award.
2004. [Scotland] Shared credit with Scott Ward. TV documentary [25min]. Dir: Nick Higgins. Skyline Productions for STV (This Scotland). Selected to open the new Nobel Peace Foundation, DOXA film Festival, Women’s Peace Festival in Israel. Theatrical release in UK June 05 - Docspace Peace season.
2003. [Scotland] 2nd camera. TV documentary [25min]. Video in Pilton for STV (This Scotland). Dir: Anna Jones.
2000. experimental documentary.
1999. experimental documentary.