Visual effects reel


As a VFX generalist I have worked on award-winning feature films, TV series and short films, doing effects, compositing, matte painting, paint and roto work.

Mostly using After Effects, Photoshop and Mocha.

See credits on IMDb.
Visual effects, compositing, paint-outs, planar and warped surface tracking, digital makeup, matte painting, roto


The Pembrokshire Murders: S1, Eps 1-3 (2021)  ITV, 3 x 60 min
Paint, tracking warping surfaces
  • Tracking and compositing evidence photos on paper surfaces that are bending and warping whilst being handled. Tracked using Mocha and Lockdown.
  • Background replacement on moving shots.

Hidden: S2, Eps 2-6 (2019)  BBC Wales, 5 x 60 min
Matte painting/set extension, paint
  • Compositing mountains in the background of fixed and moving shots.
  • Removing objects from shots to ensure continuity.
  • Stitching together a shot from several different shots.

Hidden: S1, Eps 1-3 (2018)  BBC Wales, 3 x 60 min
Visual effects
  • Developed a damaged analogue CCTV footage look to serve as a visual device to obscure the suspect’s face.
  • Subtle CGI blood and screen replacement compositing.

Keeping Faith: Season 1 (2017)  BBC/S4C, 8 x 60 min
Retouching, wire removal, visual effects
  • Delivered around 120 shots, most included retouching/digital makeup and wire removal, often on long takes (over 30 secs).
  • Some were difficult reflection removal from glass surfaces and screen replacements.

Hinterland: Seasons 2–3 (2015–16)  BBC/S4C, 9 x 90 min
Visual effects, screen replacements, paint
  • Delivered 410 shots over the two seasons of the show, most of them were paint work of various difficulty - from simple paint-outs of crew and production equipment to tricky removals of reflections and lens flares on moving shots, sometimes merging together multiple takes.
  • Did matte painting to alter the landscapes and composited rain, fog and haze elements to help create the bleak and desolate look of the show.
  • Created analogue look for surveilance camera footage that heavily features in the show.
  • Composited many screen and photo print replacements, often on moving shots with foreground and focus pulls.
  • Several day-for-night shots.
Living a Lie: Seasons 1–2 (2016–17)  S4C, 16 x 50 min
Green screen compositing, screen replacements, motion graphics, on-set vfx supervision
  • Created the on-screen motion graphics assets of the fictional news channel that’s central to this Welsh political TV drama.
  • Keyed and composited about 300 green screen shots to create a virtual multi-camera news studio footage, supervised the green screen shoots on set with live keying for preview purposes.
  • Composited the news studio footage on computer, TV, phone and tablet screens in scenes that often had foreground elements and characters handling the devices. 

Gwaith/Cartref: Seasons 7–8, 9 Ep 1,4 (2017) S4C, 22 x 24 min
Motion graphics, paint
  • Created on-screen display elements to vizualize text messages, computer screens and social media interactions between the characters of the show.
  • Some paint work and stitching of takes.

Ellen (2016) dir. Mahalia Belo, 90 min
  • Removal of brand labels from clothes and environment.
  • Various paint work including reflection removal.

The Passing (2015)  dir. Gareth Bryn, 89 min
Visual effects, matte painting/set extension, paint
  • Delivered around 50 visual effects shots.
  • Created and composited rain, fog and snow.
  • Matte painting, mostly to alter the landscape in exterior scenes by adding mountains in distance to aid the claustrofobic feel of the film set in a valley.
  • Some paint work to remove non-period elements. 

Under Milk Wood (2015)  dir. Kevin Allen, 96 min
Visual effects, matte painting, retouching
  • Composited dreamlike day-for-night shots, essential for telling the surreal and visual story.
  • Matte painting and sky replacement to achieve an altered, hightened reality feel to help create the fictitious odd town the film is set in.
  • Retouching and paint work on faces to fix makeup and wardrobe imperfections.
  • Merging of different takes.