I apologise for the lack of content on this blog over the past few months.
After completing my internship at the Guardian I spent a month in South Africa where I helped make this film about my Dad's farm in Mpumalanga:
Since then I have been working as a freelance journalist for publications such as the Guardian producing content such as this film about Roseline Akhalu, a Nigerian kidney transplant patient who is facing deportation to Nigeria:
I am now working on a longer documentary version of the Guardian film about Roseline Akhalu with my partner Joe Bream. We will be submitting this documentary into film festivals such as the Sheffield Doc/Fest.
I am also developing a new version of my Sheffield Unchained website which will be re-launched in the next few months, along with a new portfolio website about my work and projects.
Look out for all this exciting new work coming soon!