see below for examples of my work.
Educated at Ravensbourne, then worked at Chelsea TV, Kieren has been with
Capital Crewing for over 10 years, and his CV speaks for itself. He works regularly on F1 for Sky, has been the senior cameraman on the Sky1 documentary 'School of Hard Knocks' for several years, and has done 2 Lions Tours, a 3rd coming this summer! On the corporate side he filmed a series of features for Stella Artois at Wimbledon, and filmed at The Open and The Ryder Cup producing branded content for Rolex, Mercedes and MasterCard. He always brings fresh, creative ideas to every shoot. Kieren has a current I Visa for the US and a PFCO drone license.
This description by the director, Sam Foskett, regarding his work on the Lions tour says it all:
The role of an ENG cameraman on an overseas Lions Tour is always hard work, filming everything that moves at training sessions and press conferences before shooting features and City guides in each new location. However when the game kicks off the host broadcaster usually takes over, leaving the ENG cameraman with, at best, a static pitchside position.
On this summer’s Lions Tour Kieren worked like a trojan during the week but then, when the games started, he negotiated a roving brief, which enabled him to work alongside the Host Broadcasters cameramen and capture all the seminal moments on Tour.
From the drums pre-match in Hong Kong, to early Tour injuries to Healey, Tuilagi and Roberts, the unexpected arrival on Tour of Shane Williams, George North’s individual brilliance in Brisbane, Australia’s joy and O’Driscoll and Halfpenny’s despair in Melbourne, all the way to the power of the Lions victory in Sydney, Kieren captured it all and even had time to share a moment with 007!
This took diplomacy and courage to integrate with the Australian camera crew, an innate knowledge of the game to be in the right place at the right time and a passion for the Lions to create the images that told the audience that the legend lives on.