I've worked Framestore in London since 2000, starting as a modeller on the Emmy winning Dinotopia Mini-series.  Since then I've worked on some of the world's biggest films including the box office breaking Avengers: Endgame, Oscar & BAFTA winners Gravity, The Golden Compass & Avatar and Christopher Nolan's The Dark Knight.
On Alfonso Cuaron's Gravity, I worked with Alfonso and VFX Supervisor, Tim Webber, and DP Emmanuel "Chivo" Lubezki to develop the techniques and software used to shoot Gravity. I was responsible for the tech-vis and on-set, supervised the running of the motion control robots and LED lightbox.  I won a VES Award - Outstanding Created Environment in a Live Action Feature Motion Picture for the Gravity Exteriors.
Prior to joining Framestore, I gained a PhD and spent 10 years as a research physicist. This experience has provided me with a high level of technical knowledge and problem solving skills.
In 2017, I worked as VFX Supervisor on Ridley Scott's Alien: Covenant, resurrecting the iconic ‘facehugger’ and bringing my experience to bear on the film’s zero-gravity moments. Elsewhere, my extensive on-set experience has seen me supervising shoots for the BAFTA-nominated Paddington 2, Amazon Studios action-adventure, The Aeronauts, Gil Kenan's Ghostbusters: Frozen Empire.
In 2019, I led Framestore’s work on Marvel’s box office-breaking Avengers: Endgame, A Boy Called Christmas for Netflix/StudioCanal, and a challenging sequence for Venom: Let There Be Carnage.
My latest completed project is Director Bong Joon-Ho's Mickey 17, to be released in January 2025.
I am a member of BAFTA.
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