May 2017

What Makes Me, Me
Nominated for a BAFTA

I am delighted to announce that What Makes Me Me? And Other Interesting Questions has been nominated in the Learning – Primary category for the BAFTA Children’s Award.

What Makes Me Me? And Other Interesting Questions is a humorous and engaging series of short films voiced by Robert Webb, exploring fundamental philosophical concepts through everyday questions that children ask, and adults often struggle to answer.

The series was broadcasted on BBC Two in February 2013 and is available on Class Clips.

Executive Producer for BBC: Katy Jones
Executive Producer: Andy Glynne
Producer: Kerry McLeod
Director of Animation: Nandita Jain
Additional Animation: Federico Parodi
Music and Sound Design: Alexander Parsons

Life In a Day: The Minicab Office

Life In A Day – The Minicab Office is a heart-warming, funny and surprising documentary about city life seen through the eyes of taxi drivers.

Courtesy Taxis is one of the biggest taxi firms in Norwich, with its 57 drivers and staff manning the office 24 hours a day, there is never a dull moment.

At the weekends the taxi office’s waiting room is usually full of clubbers looking for somewhere warm to eat their late night kebab. During the week Courtesy Taxis hosts all sorts of different characters, from the beloved old couple to the stern businessman, there is always a story to be told.

A ‘mini-rig’ of fixed cameras in both the mini-cab office and within the taxis themselves gives never seen before access to customers, following the story and journey seamlessly.

Producer: Tammy Hoyle
Production Company: Mentorn Media

Alex Brooker: My Perfect Body

I’m delighted to be composing the soundtrack to the Channel 4’s and Mentorn Media documentary Alex Brooker: My Perfect Body.

Ever since he was a teenager,  Alex Brooker (one third of the Paralympic runaway hit show The Last Leg) has struggled with his weight. Now he has decided that it is time he did something about it. He has three months before he embarks on a beach holiday to Croatia with his gang of super sporty mates and he is determined to get in shape before he gets his kit off in front of the gang.

Self shot by the director Eddie Hutton-Mills, the film will give a very intimate, bright and funny look into the world of male weight loss and body image.

To keep up to date with his progress, Alex has set up a blog. You can also follow him on Twitter here.