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Director, Producer | 19', 2022

When youth violence in the North London town of Edmonton escalated to a fatality a month, a local Archbishop made the bold suggestion that young people in the area throw more punches. Almost 20 years on, the boxing club he established and runs has become an iron-clad and iron-fisted community, where he’s turned lives around through his work both in and outside of the ring.


Self-shooting Director, Editor | 7', 2022

Thirty years after the fall of the Soviet Union, three generations of Ukrainian women relay their memories of three distinct stages of the USSR, and the three decades since its fall. Filmed in the year before Ukraine would have to fight anew for independence, the women’s memories of bygone eras ring with devastating relevance, and their hopes for the future take on stinging new significance.


Manchester Film Festival


GlobalGirl Media Film Festival (Nominee: Best Documentary; Best International Film; Best Director)

FICIMAD (Winner: Best Documentary Editing)

Tampere Film Festival

EFN Short Film Festival

Sunday Shorts Film Festival

Little Wing Film Festival

Sunderland Shorts Film Festival

London Migration Film Festival


Director, Producer | 3', 2021

Short film for Latin American Women's Aid (LAWA), the only organisation and refuge for Latin American women in the UK. Highlighting, through the stories of the women they work with, how LAWA offers not only   

a safe space and support, but a community and home away from home. 


Commissioned and executive produced by Media Trust.

Latin American Women's Aid - LAWA is a Home
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Self-shooting Director-Producer, Editor | 23', 2021


Finalist: Charity Film Awards 2023

Three deaf women with migrant backgrounds relate, in their own words and signs, their stories of identity, access and ability in the UK. Weaving their diverse, intersectional experiences, this short documentary offers three distinct accounts of what it means to be a deaf migrant woman in hearing, British society.


Self-shooting Director, Editor | 2', 2021

A short film charting the nostalgic memories and present day experiences of Eastern Europeans in East London, through the lens of Polish skleps [shops]. Commissioned by Satellite Films.

Sklep is an extract from H Is For Hostile Environment, an artists film by artist Edwin Mingard and researcher Dr Keren Weitzberg, produced by Elizabeth Benjamin, © Satellite Films


Self-shooting Director, Editor | 2', 2021

Housebound amputee and former USSR sailor, Misha, laments his lot, reminisces over his past, and longs for a grandson-in-law. Shortlisted for Encounters Film Festival’s Depict! competition, receiving a special mention for the Royal Photographic Society Cinematography Award.