John is an experienced and fast working DOP based in between London and Madrid working for productions companies such as Iconoclast, RSA-Black Dog Films, Caviar, BBC drama.
John's most recent feature film entitled, Come Home, is a psychological horror set in upstate New York. The movie stars Camilla Rutherford in a leading role. The original score for the movie was created by Orri Páll Dýrason of Sigur Rós. Film set for release 2020.
John is an expert of handheld cinematic aesthetics and with a natural gift of finding beauty in any location and creating a filmic look to suit.
Aside from working in narrative, John has a passion for the arts from the Classics to Avant-garde and is a keen painter himself. He is also still following his interest in humanity, anthropology and world events.
John has attended courses at the NFTS and the London Film Academy and is a member of BAFTA Crew and a BSC club member.
V Magazine: Ranked John’s work #2 Best Music video, behind Kanye West’s music video for
“Fade” (#1) and ahead of Lady Gaga’s music video for “Million Reasons” (#3)
Directed by SADIE FROST and written by Johnny Cooke, this short film was shot entirely in lockdown and aims to bring about a sense of hope during a desolate period of time. 'We were so conscious of this being such a tough time for all the young people whose studies, early careers and passions were stopped in their flow. I wanted to make something that told their stories,' says Frost. Starring young London creatives Kelvin Bueno, Cora Corré, Bella Broekman-Tilbury, Rudy Albarn and LOVE 23 cover star, RAFFERTY LAW, the film captures the invisible toll lockdown and isolation can have, while showing that there is a light at the end of COVID-19-induced tunnel. We invited Sadie and Raff to interview eachother to celebrate the film's release.