is an award winning film cameraman with over thirty five years in the business. He has worked for every major television company and many large corporate and multi-national companies.
His career began as trainee journalist/photographer at the Joe Horrocks Press agency in 1976. Realising that it was pictures more than print that really interested him, he concentrated on this side of television production and in 1984 took a job as a trainee film cameraman at Grampian Television in Aberdeen. He stayed at the company for twelve years and in that time honed his skills in news reporting, wildlife, landscape and documentary filming. During this time, Steve worked with Selina Scott and made her renowned films with the King of Spain, Prince Charles and Donald Trump.
After leaving Grampian Television, Steve has worked as a freelance cameraman employed by most of the major television companies and some leading corporates. He is one of the main cameramen for BBC Panorama films, Channel Four’s Dispatches and ITV’s Tonight.
Other television highlights include filming in the Masai Mara for a BBC2 documentary, Poirot’s death scene for ITV, drama reconstructions for Panorama, a Perspectives film for ITV presented by Sheila Hancock and filming at the recent London Olympics.
He has a large portfolio of corporate clients including Leading Hotels of the World, Rolls Royce, Manchester United and the NHS.