Documentary filmmaker and video producer at The Times and Sunday Times
South Africa’s hijacked buildings
South African gangs are exploiting the housing crisis to take ‘rent’ from squatter tenants living in dangerous abandoned buildings.
On board the medical train evacuating patients from Ukraine’s front line
As Russia launched its invasion last year, the charity Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) worked with Ukrainian Railways, the national railway, to construct a medical train that is designed to evacuate patients from war zones to the relative safety of towns and cities in the west of the country.
Beirut: surviving the explosion
The massive blast that ripped the heart out of Lebanon’s capital in August may be the last straw for many businessmen worn down by decades of corruption and political infighting.
My fight for Nazanin’s freedom
Richard Ratcliffe is the husband of Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, an Iranian-British dual national, who was serving a five-year prison sentence in Iran after being convicted of “plotting to topple the Iranian government”.
Britain’s collapsing coastline
Coastal erosion is occurring along 17 per cent of the UK coastline. The worst affected is the town of Happisburgh in Norfolk, predicted to lose the most land over the next 20 years.
drone: Paco Anselmi
Iran: life after the 1979 revolution
Since the revolution turned Iran into an Islamic republic, few voices other than the party line have been accepted in the public realm and exposed externally.
How ‘warm spaces’ keep Britons from freezing in the cost of living crisis
With the cost of living crisis creating soaring energy bills, ‘warm spaces’ are opening across the town of Gateshead, providing refuge for those who can’t afford to heat their homes.
drone & camera b: Federica De Caria
River of rubbish in the Balkans
Tons of garbage from illegal landfill sites clog the Balkans’ Drina river. The drifting waste eventually stops in Višegrad, Bosnia and Herzegovina.
drone: Michael Clarke
The raise of the antivaxers
Thousands of anti-lockdown supporters are joining forces with anti-vaccination groups to oppose the government’s measures to curb coronavirus.
How I survived coronavirus
Notes written by NHS staff help The Times’ Roger Boyes to piece together the ten days he spent on a ventilator in St Thomas’ hospital.
Holocaust survivor unites with her liberator’s children
A Holocaust survivor in London has been united with the children of one of her liberators after he was identified from words of hope written on a banknote.
Dundee’s drug crisis
A few hundred yards from its new museum, Dundee is grappling with the fallout from another V&A: valium and addiction.
A day in the life of a district nurse
Katherine Edwards is a district nurse for the NHS. The Times accompanied her for a day as she conducts home visits with her patients and explains the challenges of working in a stretched industry experiencing staff shortages.
director & producer: Federica De Caria
camera & editing: Kasia Sobocinska
Life as a doctor in a covid pandemic
The Times speaks to three NHS doctors about life on the hospital wards during the height of the Covid-19 pandemic.
My life as a trans minister
Alex Clare-Young is a transmasculine non-binary Minister in the United Reformed Church.
HS2| Behind the story
Living in Britain’s biggest building site.
co-producer: Yasmin Butt /drone: Sam Moore
How baking gave me hope
With its baskets of tantalising Orange Bakery looks every inch the kind of shop you wish would open on your high street. Except there’s a crucial difference — the proprietor is a 15-year-old girl.
How Covid-19 changed my Olympic career
Sunday August 9 2020 should have been the date of the Tokyo 2020 Olympics closing ceremony, but the Covid-19 pandemic forced the entire event to be postponed for a year.
Pet detective: Tackling the rise of dog theft in lockdown
Colin Butcher used to be a detective inspector at Surrey police, but for the past 20 years he has been recovering stolen and missing pets.
co-producer: Yasmin Butt