This page shows everything I have written, edited or project managed on the subject of Video:

Showcasing the innovative work of tech incubator Rocketmakers (May 2015):
Rocketmakers Projects
Video and written client profiles

I wrote and edited case studies/company profiles of various clients of Rocketmakers (an incubator for tech and new media companies in the South West) to showcase the company's innovative work. I also scripted and directed video profiles for each case study.

Tags:  Rocketmakers  Case studies  Technology  Editing  B2B  Websites  Business  Video  Writing  

PC Plus magazine (Issue 314 - November 2011) feature on home cinema:
Inside tomorrow’s home cinema
Can traditional cinemas hope to compete in an age when audiences can access media any time, anywhere? Jamie Middleton investigates.

This was also converted into online form for

Tags:  PC Plus  Features  Technology  Writing  Consumer  Magazines  Film  Television  Video  3D  

Writer and occasional film listings editor for Buzz - a Cardiff-based entertainment listings magazine (From August 1999 March 2000):
South Wales' Entertainment guide

I contributed CD, book and film reviews, andinterviewed visiting celebrities e.g. Ian Mcshane. I also edited the film listings pages.

Tags:  Buzz  Reviews  Entertainment  Writing  Consumer  Magazines  Interviews  Nightlife  Video  Film  Literature  Editing  

Weekly video reviewer for the Big Issue Cymru magazine (from February 1998 to October 1998):
Big Issue Cymru

Example text:

Air Force One (Buena Vista Home Entertainment) (15) ****
Her Majesty Mrs Brown (Buena Vista Home Entertainment) (PG) ****
American Buffalo (Film Four Distributors) (15) ****

This week we have so many would-be block-busters that Bob Holness would probably be interested.

First up there is Air Force One. Harrison Ford plays President Marshall loved by all good decent Americans. Unfortunately evil nasty communists don’t love him and hijack his plane. The terrorists are led by Gary Oldman who overacts for Mother Russia. A very good action film, there are superb aeroplane sequences, real tension, and because it's American, occasional glitches of sickly patriotism. But then Harrison Ford is so believable in his good president role that God help Bill Clinton should Harrison ever decide to dabble in politics.

From American democracy to the English Monarchy now in Her Majesty Mrs Brown. This film has so many different charms it could open its own gift shop and like a successful Fly-fisher it's all down to skilful casting. Judi Dench plays a grieving Queen Victoria like she’s been crying for the past three months in preparation for the role and if anyone can think of a better person for the job of playing an irreverent headstrong Scottish man than Billy Connolly I personally take my sporran off to them. History has never been so much fun.

Out to buy on video, from the writer of the Untouchables, is American Buffalo. Dustin Hoffman and Dennis Franz star in this adaptation of the American play about two small time hustlers planning to steal someone’s coin collection. The dialogue is so well written and the main characters react to each other so believably it's like they've known each other for decades. If you want to see the rotten side of American realistically portrayed get this film.

Tags:  Big Issue Cymru  Reviews  Film  Writing  Consumer  Magazines  Video  Entertainment