Video is the best way to get people's attention and get a message across. I have spent the past 4 years producing creative, entertaining and engaging videos for a wide range of clients in a variety of sectors. I'm passionate to help bring your video to life – from initial concept through to your final high quality video production, whatever your budget and deadline. Your video production can be delivered across all platforms. I'm based in Wellington but work on projects throughout Aotearoa, New Zealand.

‘This is the identity of our ancestors’: Little Penang’s Tee Phee on nurturing Hokkien

Had a fantastic opportunity to help Te papa curator Dr. Grace Gassin to curated the Chinese languages in Aotearoa project. Being the filmmaker of this instalment, I plan, direct, interview, shoot and edit in a solo crew setting.

Red Cross Youth Engagement Strategy

The New Zealand Red Cross Youth Engagement Strategy sets a clear direction for how Red Cross engages with young people in the future. I had the opportunity to visualise the project both in video format and in photography.

Toroa College Promotion Video

Toroa College, University of Otago

Toroa, one of Otago’s smaller colleges, is a special place that has a great sense of community. Having the opportunity to enjoy the benefits of a campus life experience helps our residents navigate their first year at Otago. 

Toroa College

University of Otago


University of Otago - Sustainability Office

A video created to celebrate some legends whose actions are adding up to create sustainable changes on our campuses also aims to inspire more staff and students to form Green Your Scene teams.


Conferences and corporate events are a great tool to educate your audiences, promote your business and sell your services and products. It is possible to film the entire event for a full-length video, bits and pieces for a short highlights video, or perform interviews with the delegates, guests, speakers and organisers.


Startup Dunedin


Startup Dunedin



Face Value

- to connect through conversation. -

To take someone at face value means to accept someone as they appear. Face Value is the result of an idea - the need to create a dialogue in shared spaces. We aim to explore themes of race, gender, sexuality and cultural identity, through the voices in our community. These conversations are not always comfortable, but they are necessary.

Creative Project:

48-Hour Film Festival.

3x Best Film Award,

2x Best Picture,


Feel free to give a call or drop me an email any time. Happy to talk you through the process, or just to have a chat about what it is you are looking to create.
My video production services are based on a project rate.
If you would like a quote, please let me know what type of video you would like to create and I will get back to you as soon as possible.