Multimedia work

Samburu men, Kenya, Lottie Gross

I can create and produce top quality, engaging multimedia content, from videos to podcasts to visual presentations. See below for a selection of my work in the past few years.

Visiting a ghost town in the UAE

On a press trip in Ras Al Khaimah I spent a morning filming at the eerie abandoned village of Jzirat Al Hamra. I shot all the footage seen here (on a smartphone), and consulted with the editor on post production. 

Rough Guides: the world’s most photogenic country

This video received over 2000 views in its first week on YouTube. It now has over 14,000 views and counting and remains out most popular video on the Rough Guides YouTube channel. Produced, edited and interview conducted by me: Tim Draper, Rough Guides photographer, tells us his top most photogenic countries in the world. 

The Women of Umoja

Funded by One World Media, I spent two months in Kenya to solely film and produce this short documentary on a group of women fighting back against oppressive laws, families and fathers in the Chalbi Desert.

Under the habit: meet the Carmelite nuns of Norfolk

I spent two days staying with Catholic Carmelite nuns in the Quidenham Carmel, where they broke a vow of silence to tell me about living in this intense environment. Accompanying article to be found here.

Lucy Cavendish: an all-female college

This short news story (filmed, edited and produced by myself for a university project) explores life in an all-female college in Cambridge. 

Colour clash: the trucks of Kerala, India

In a recent trip to India, I interviewed and filmed with the men who paint the iconic Keralan cargo trucks in India. Accompanying article to be found here