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Colourist, editor & photographer


Introduction

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Colourist, editor & photographer


Introduction


From Middle Earth to the fjords of Norway

Nineteen years of experience in film and TV post production and photography.  And it's only the beginning.  My journey started with transferring film rushes for The Lord of the Rings Trilogy - the beginning of a decade working for Peter Jacksons post facility Park Road Post Production in Wellington, New Zealand.  I moved to Norway in 2010 where I have continued to work in post-production as well as expanding into on-set DIT work. I am currently Head of Picture/Senior Colourist at Nr14 (formerly Universal Sound) in Oslo.

Please contact me to discuss your project.

Mount Taranaki at Sunset

Preikestolen in western Norway

Proof I was there. Photo courtesy of Peter Amies


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Film & Television


My journey in post production

Film & Television


My journey in post production

ABOVE: The colour grading suite at Nr14 in Oslo.  


Almost two decades of experience in one of the most creative industries and working alongside some of the worlds most creative and innovative people has been a joy.  This industry gives you an education that can't be taught in the classroom.  Highlights of my career would include starting my film journey transferring over 5,500,000 feet of film for the Lord of the Rings Trilogy, working with John Woo in Beijing on his epic Red Cliff (Chi Bi) and helping Roger Donaldson complete his film 'The Worlds Fastest Indian'.

I worked at Storyline camera for 5 months where I was a D.I.T. and Camera Technician.  During my time there I worked on The Snowman, 12 Bragder and several commercials and then as a freelancer I worked on the Alexander Payne film Downsizing starring Matt Damon.

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Photography


Behind the lens and around the world

Photography


Behind the lens and around the world


Life through the lens

I can't remember a time when I didn't look at life and not have my brain imagining how it would be as a photo.  A moment frozen in time.  Starting my photography journey with rolls of film and having them processed and printed gives me a greater appreciation for the art form.  And to see how the medium has been transformed digitally in such a short amount of time is mind blowing.  I have embraced the new technologies and techniques with both hands and look forward to what is to come.  

They say 'A picture is worth a thousand words' but sometimes you need some actual words to go with the images.  So as a photojournalist I report on the events I have had the pleasure of shooting.  And in some cases I have created books; 'Fat Freddy's Drop: Do It For The Love Of Music' a multi-touch book available from the iBook store and 'Remembering 100 years - ANZAC day remembered in Oslo' a print book available for purchase soon.