|Producer, director and camera operator.
· 2016 IFTA Winner for Best Children’s & Young People’s Programme: My Life: Champion of the World.
Wanted Down Under: The Revisits – BBC 2017
· The BBC’s landmark daytime series.
Nathan Goes to Nashville – Tyrone Productions for RTÉ 2017
· One-hour travelogue about the home of country music.
Putting Manners on Us – BBC Studios 2017
· Broadcast Pilot looking at the world of etiquette.
Ninja Girl– Tyrone Productions for CBBC 2017
· The real life of child martial arts star JJ McParland.
Murder in Melbourne– Ronin Films for RTÉ 2016 (Acquired by Nine Australia)
· Landmark Documentary looking at the stories of three Irish emigrants murdered in Australia between 2012 & 2013. The film is currently represented by DRG.
Pet Island Series Two – Ronin Films for RTÉ & BBC (2016)
· The popular series Pet Island returns. This is our own original show and both series have sold and continue to sell well to territories around the world.
LA Vice – Ronin Films for Channel 4 (2015 currently available on All4)
· Series of short films looking at LA’s Underbelly.
My Life: Champion of the World – Tyrone Productions for CBBC (2015)
· Two girls compete to become champion of the world in Irish dancing. Won the IFTA for Best Children’s & Young People’s Programme.
Pets at Peace – Tyrone Productions: 1 x 30 for BBC NI (2015)
· The heartache of pet bereavement.
Smack Em Up – Ronin Films for RTÉ & BBC3. (2014)
· One-hour documentary featuring wrestling superstar Fergal Devitt.
Run Grandad Run – BBC (2014)
· The world’s fastest seventy-year-old and a 91-year-old marathon runner.
Art & Tomaí san Eoraip – BBC 2013
· Series following two mad polyglots on a tour of Europe’s wildest festivals.
Ireland’s Rappers – Ronin Films for BBC3 / RTÉ (2012)
· Documentary looking at the larger than life characters that inhabit the Irish rap scene. Time Out four star pick of the day – ‘a stirring underdog tale, told with heart.’
Ceol an Ghrá (TG4 2011: frequently repeated)
· The story behind Ireland’s only Irish language Eurovision entry, Ceol an Ghrá.
Prime Time (RTÉ – Irish General Election 2011)
· Ireland’s main current affairs programme.
Charles Byrne, the Irish Giant (Ronin Films for BBC / TG4 2010 / 2011)
· The story of Irish Giant Charles Byrne who died in England in 1783 and subsequently found to be a member of the world’s tallest family.
The Fit Finlays (Setanta – 2010)
· The story of Ireland’s and perhaps the world’s most famous professional wrestling family ‘The Fit Finlays’ from Carrickfergus.
Colin & Graham’s Excellent Adventures (BBC / RTÉ 09 /10)
· Six-part series following sports junkies Colin Carroll and Graham Little.
Get Well NI (BBC 2008)
· One-hour film following a pilot medical project called the Get Well Scheme.
Sesame Street – Head of Live Film BBC 2007 / 2008
· A franchise of the classic children’s television strand Sesame Street. One episode ‘The Share Necessities’ won a prestigious CINE Golden Eagle Award.
Get Smarter in a Week (BBC1 2006)
· An ambitious but flawed attempt to boost the brainpower of the British public.
He’s Having A Baby (Hat Trick Productions for BBC1 & BBC3 2005)
· One of the BBC’s biggest light-entertainment projects of 2005.
Cumann a’ Gháire – The Laughter Club (Ronin Films for TG4 2004)
· The arrival of an Indian Guru in Ireland sparks a documentary on the science of laughter.
Directing AP – BBC 1997 – 2006
· Countless series, documentaries, game shows and studio broadcasts.