“Crack the Surface II” produced in collaboration with SilentUK and Sub-Urban:

“Crack the Surface” produced in collaboration with SilentUK and Sub-Urban:

A 30 minute documentary by myself and Adam Fish on the excavation of a Viking Age Longhouse in Iceland. The piece is about whether oral histories and ancient texts can help us to understand material history:

A 5-minute film from the 2011 International Drain Meet (IDM) in London:

A 6-minute film called Jute produced with Brian Rosa and Jonathan Prior at the 2010 working creatively with sound and image workshop in Dundee, Scotland:

A 5-minute trailer from the Marie Curie Emerging Social Structures and New Anthropologies 2010 Conference, July 1-4 2010, Budapest, Hungary:

A 20-minute piece about the changing nature of London’s Olympic Waterscapes:

A 30-minute piece about urban exploration I made for the journal Geography Compass as an experimental video article.

A 5-minute video that I produced in one day at an ethnographic filmmaking workshop at University College London anthropology department for the Oxford Academy of Documentary Film.

A short one from Luton, just north of London which a friend has advised me resembles a music video more than a piece of research. C’est la vie!

A urban intervention from Newcastle in 2009 about National Identity Cards.

A pod produced for Current TV about water issues in the American West, produced during the 2007 presidential primaries:

A pod produced for Current TV about the Hualapai Grand Canyon Skywalk:

A pod produced for Current TV documenting plastic surgery I undertook in 2009:

A video by myself and Adam Fish discussing the History Channel show Digging for the Truth:

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