Jake is a professional award-winning videographer, animator and photographer who has experience working across different genres from corporate, documentaries, health and wellbeing videos and narrative fiction, as well as working in the experimental art installation and live performance events.
He has advanced skills in animation and photography working on stop motion, 2D-animation and time-lapses. Jake is always open to a new challenge and uses strives to create the highest quality video for all his clients.
Jake has provided his services to companies all across the United Kingdom such as FremantleMedia UK, Sainsbury’s Supermarket, Mencap. He has also provided services to small organisations such as the Doncaster 1914-18 Heritage Project, Okaylah.co.uk, Doncaster Community Arts (DARTS) and The Jam Horse.
His professional approach and services he provides has allowed him to work with many clients around the country and allowed them to be involved closely, will be continually updated on the progress of the film cut.
Award Winning Projects
Over the years, Jake has created and produced a portfolio of work that has been selected and screened at the National Media Museum in Bradford, Edinburgh Fringe, South London Shorts which is a BFI Neighbourhood Cinema and the University of the Arts London.
In 2018, he was featured in the November edition of The Digitial FilmMakers magazine, Inside The Box, a documentary Jake made was screened in the United States and Macedonia and his documentary What is a Normal Life? was placed in the film archive National Autistic Society.