I was on ITV West Country on Friday 1 December on the 6pm news programme, talking to presenters Kylie Pentelow and Jonty Messer about my documentary, Forensic Nurses: Fighting Sex Crimes in South Africa and winning the Steve Harris Award for Best Original Story at the Broadcast Journalism Training Council Awards. Read more.
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Here is a timelapse video I filmed of the overnight count at Easterbrook Hall in Dumfries, last week, on Thursday 8 June, while I was covering the election count in the south of Scotland for ITV Border team after 32 million people had casted their votes in the country's snap general election. Read more and watch.
My self-shot and self-edited documentary focuses on the emotionally demanding, unrecognised work that forensic nurses do in assisting rape victims and helping fight sex crimes.Read more.
Taiwanese current-affairs TV Programme ‘Beyond Borders' featured an interview with me and part of my self-shot documentary, Young, Black and Not Voting, on young ethnic minority people not voting in the EU referendum.
I filmed my very first documentary (in just 7 days) and am quite pleased to share it with everyone, as i believe it's a topic that needs wider awareness and can bring change... Read more.
I had the most unexpected opportunity (I was literally on the middle of telling my sisters how bad the interview went when I got the email) to take up a work placement at ITV News London, and to be honest, I couldn't have asked for anything better!... Read more.
A BET Promo I assisted on with filming and made a cameo in....
On Tour With MTV Shuga!
I worked on On Tour With MTV Shuga in a production assisting and researching capacity, helping to source out some of the participants, as well as with the filming logistics and the creative plan.
It was an amazing project to work on. The half-hour show was a promo for the Shuga Tour or Shuga Festivals; happening across Nigeria in May 2015. People could get tickets to one of the festivals by heading to their nearest MTV Shuga-partnering testing centre to get counselled, and if they wished, tested for HIV; and they would be automatically entered into a draw from which they stood a chance to win a pair of free tickets to the festival. ...