Gazelle Twin - Exorcise

In Summer 2014 I shot with Director Chris Turner the music video for Gazelle Twin’s ‘Exorcise’. Shot on SVHS the degraded quality of the image compliments the malevolence of the track.

Watch it here!

‘That Man’: Noam Cohen
Dancers: Nicola Mooi, Nevena Stojkov, Aquira Bailey-Browne
Gazelle Twin: As herself

Director / Editor: Chris Turner
Art Department: Tash Tung
Camera / Grading: James Medcraft
VHS Archive Footage: The Medcraft Family
Choreographer: Lucie Pankhurst
Production Assistant: Adam Logan
Location Manager: Fiona Treadaway
Location: Baston House School, UK

Victoria & Albert Museum shoot

Having fun in the John Madejski garden shooting for their 2014 campaign.
V&A blog

Mid Summer Photography Road Trip

On the hunt in Finland for the weird and wonderful during Mid Summer for my Nordic Travels series.

V&A 2014 Campaign

I was recently commissioned by the V&A London to shoot there latest advertising campaign. Here’s one on photographs on the London Underground.


Style magazine Alvar have an article of my Nordic Travels Series in their first print edition coming this Autumn.
For more info click the link

The Sound of Hermés Silver

I recently had the pleasure of Directing the photography along with Daniel Trapp on The Sound of Hermés Silver campaign.

Director: Caswell Coggins
Agency: DAN Paris
Production Company: Gang Films
Set Design: United Visual Artists

  • Sound of Hermés Silver

Moving Panorama - Brazil

A few iPhone experiments whilst shooting panoramic scenes from a moving vehicle. Shot on a recent trip to Sao Paulo and Rio De Janeiro.

Reinventing The Wheel

I recently collaborated with UVA as DOP for “Reinventing the Wheel’, commissioned by LVMH for Nowness Magazine.

Nowness Article.
Sound design by Nick Ryan

  • NOWNESS Presents - United Visual Artists: Reinventing the Wheel

The way we used to look

Whilst viewing my family’s home video’s I observed an interesting cultural behaviour that has now since vanished. My Great Aunt Nin whilst being filmed by my dad freezes when staring at the lens, a physical necessity of early photography. The day’s of early portrait photography with long exposures made it necessary for a static pose or a blurred image would result. For portraits this meant the sitter posing for seconds if not minutes resulting in a moribund complexion.

I can’t help thinking how this had an effect on then social situations and how we perceive our ancestors today, motionless and ghostly. And how will our descendants through the photographic image compare will people from our time to my great Aunt’s .

Early portrait photography

  • auntieNinnPoised


I was director of photography for the Sprint Dream commercial for US cinema in association with Artisan London. See the great making of video bellow directed by Luke Skully.

  • Sprint "The Dream" - Making Of Documentary