We’re massively pleased to announce that Gene has been officially selected to screen and compete at the @britishhorrorfilmfestival. A fantastic event held at the Empire in Leicester Square. You can find out more about the festival by visiting https://www.facebook.com/britishhorrorfilmfestival/?fref=ts#
Widows Walk Tank Recce
Alex Veitch, with Director Alexandra Boyd and Fred Woodcock of The Underwater Studio start planning for the Widows Walk finale.
Widows Walk Kickstarter Underway
A Kickstarter crowd funding campaign is now underway for the independent feature, Widows Walk. The ghost story is set on the Suffolk Coast line, which serves as a stunning background to some terrifying events. Principle photography will take place in November 2016. The film includes a finale to be shot in an underwater tank, for […]
Gene selected for No Gloss Film Festival
The prestigious No/Gloss Film Festival in Leeds has selected Gene as one of the short films to be shown across the weekend of 22 and 23 October in Leeds. Directed by Nick Padley, the film is a dark exploration of the measures a mother must take to protect her child. The film was shot on the […]
Alex Joins Gogglebox
Alex is excited to have joined the team at Bebin TV as DoP for the UK component of their production of Gogglebox. The programme is being broadcast on the Bebin TV network, and is also available to watch via the website.
BAFTA Crew Scheme 2016
Alex is very excited to announce that he has been accepted as a cinematographer as part of #BAFTACREW 2016.
Class Dismissed airs on CBBC
This week sees the screening of CBBC’s Class Dismissed. Set in the fictional school of Dockbridge High, filming took place in summer 2015. Alex was delighted to shoot B Camera and Second Unit for the show, for DoP Ciaran O’Brian.
Principle Photography Finishes on Gene
Principle photography has now completed on the film Gene. The film, for Giant Leap Productions, tells the story of a mother who unearths a dark secret about her son. Shot in Yorkshire on the Black Magic Mini Studio 4K camera with a Movi M5 rig, the film is due for completion in March.
BAFTA Breakthrough Brits – Anna Valdez Hanks
BAFTA’s Breakthrough Brits have just been announced, with cinematographer Anna Valdez Hanks being named as one to watch. The scheme promotes those with exceptional talent, and is a well deserved reflection of Anna’s excellence as a director of photography. Alex has been fortunate to work with Anna on a number of occasions, including operating B camera […]
In The Club
Alex is pleased to join Kay Mellor and Rollem Productions again, as shooting begins for series 2 of In The Club for BBC1. In his role as B Camera Operator for Block 1 of the production, Alex is delighted to be working with renowned cinematographer Tony Coldwell, who joins the series immediately after his completion […]