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...because I sold my soul and went into marketing. Here's the things I produced when my purpose was pure.

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Nov
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On route home from a fantastic expedition in Snowdonia! Phoenix ESU FTW!

On route home from a fantastic expedition in Snowdonia! Phoenix ESU FTW!

Aug
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Hooliganism | ‘The English Disease’

Hooliganism | 'The English Disease'

Has football hooliganism really gone away? Documentary looking at the role of technology and how it plays its part in the fight against what has become known as ‘The English Disease’.

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Organised and edited by Sedge Beswick and Harriet Pinnington, Saul Morgan is the photographer, and Haydon Hill and Ciaron Vieyra are the models. Video shot and edited by yours truely.

Music by Golden Silvers

Apr
19th
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Milk | How Fat Cats Get the Cream

Eight-and-a-half minute documentary  exploring the challenges facing dairy farmers. Entirely self-shot (apart from the piece to camera), filmed over a couple of weeks and edited in a few days. Produced as final-year assessment work for university. Features an interview with newly elected MP Mark Spencer.

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If voting changed anything, they’d make it illegal.
— [Emma Goldman]
Apr
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Say Cheese!

"Cheese (noun): a solid food prepared from pressed curds of milk."

For many people, that’s all cheese really is. Something you have in a sandwich, or perhaps (unforgivably) squeeze from a tube. Many people have no idea how it’s made, or what the real artisan product might taste like.

Martin Moyden is a Shropshire farmer and cheese-maker. His family have been rearing cows for decades, and when milk prices crashed, and supermarket contracts became increasingly ruthless, he turned to making his own cheese.

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