Whilst working for the BBC he made documentaries for the flagship current affairs series Correspondent. These documentaries involved complex and highly challenging investigations into issues and stories of international importance.
Profits of Doom is an investigation into the policies of the World Bank and IMF in developing nations. It was chosen for viewing at the North South Film Festival.
Children of Vengeance is a highly acclaimed film that featured unique access to the Palestinian militias and their personal stories as they struggled with the harsh realities of the conflict between Israel and Palestine. The film won the Foreign Press Association’s Story of the Year award. The program was also broadcast by Frontline in the US under the title Battle for the Holy Land.
A third film, The Enemy Within is an investigation into religious persecution in China and featured the story of the Falun Gong. As a senior producer/director he has also worked on a flagship BBC documentary series, Fighting the War, which exposed the harsh realities of the war in Iraq. As part of the journalistic work on these films he has written articles for the leading UK broadsheets and been interviewed on UK television and by the Washington Post. In 2003 the BBC assigned him to make a film about the Iraq war.
A Channel Four news feature about the Ghulja massacre of the Uyghurs won the Amnesty International New Feature Award 1997. Apart from current affairs programs he has also made archaeology and factual entertainment programs. In 2004 he made an hour-long archaeological program for the Channel Four/Discovery series Time Team. The film uncovered the mysteries of one of the first man made monuments built on the British landscape. In 2007 he made high profile documentaries for Channel Four in the UK. Diana; Witnesses in the Tunnel, was an investigation into what actually happened the night Princess Diana was killed. The film won critical acclaim and worldwide publicity. A more recent documentary was for National Geographic in the USA and Discovery Canada. The Science of Interrogation investigated claims of scientific techniques for lie detection. It looked at many cases of actual investigations and what actually helped investigators make sound breakthroughs in their investigations and coercive techniques that lead to false confessions. The film featured the challenges of tracking down and capturing psychopaths.