My background is as an Artist Filmmaker where I have developed my practice creating moving image based installations and films. I have also applied my skills in video production to a range of sectors – I have freelanced as a film tutor teaching short film production and have worked as a film technician, providing technical support in moving image based production. I have worked as a videographer and editor, producing online video and multimedia content for the charity and music sectors.

Over the past four years I have also developed my artistic practice as a Live Visual Artist where I have worked predominantly in the music industry but also for theatre and art productions. My role has been to work with clients to integrate and design video content and projections for their events. I have developed technical and artistic skills in this area and have created projection mapped installations and responsive live visuals, where I mix content live (that I have created – this can be animated, pre-recorded or generative) across different custom set-ups using a range of different software and hardware.


Through this work, I became interested and passionate about pursuing a career in vision mixing after finding that what I enjoyed most was both working in a live environment and editing video, especially multi camera video. I worked on several multi camera shoots for music projects and began using camera feeds in the live visuals I was working on. These experiences led me to completing a course in Cameras, Sound and Vision Mixing for Television Production at the National Film and Television School and alongside my art practice, I am now commencing a career as a freelance Vision Mixer.