Patrick Fleming - Director



About Me: 

I am experienced in both TV and corporate production and I have won many awards for my work. My aim, always, is to tell exciting well-crafted stories using compelling images. The BBC’s iScience won a Royal Television Society Education Award and Discovery’s Guge - The Lost Kingdom Of Tibet won the Gold Award for History at the  Houston Film and Television Festival.

I know how to put people at ease in front of the camera whilst drawing the best comments from them.  I believe that one of my most crucial skills is encouraging great performances from almost anyone - children, the elderly, the homeless, or professors, company executives and celebrities. 

I am a very confident self - shooter I also enjoy the challenge of complicated graphics, underwater, aerial and multi-camera filming. I also have CRB and PADI Open Water certificates

Recent work:

Pets - Channel 5 Milkshake

Observational documentary series featuring children and their pets. 

- 2Sides TV

Design Challenge, a 2 Sides TV series, which demonstrates inspirational Design and Technology projects for 10 – 11 year old children. BBC Learning 

10 Minute Shake Up with Ricky Wilson.

A fun, studio based exercise video for Freuds, Public Health England and Disney. Ricky Wilson, choreographer Carrie-Anne Ingrouille and their 6 child helpers demonstrate some Disney inspired moves and encourage children to become involved in Change4Life and Disney's 10 Minute Shake Up campaign over the summer holidays. 

Trainer for the Media Trust’s Digital Story Telling Project. Digital Storytelling empowers 13-20 year olds to have a voice and campaign on issues that are important to them. This course equips young people with the skills they need to create, shoot and edit short films using only their smart phones. The Cabinet Office and Sky News fund Digital Storytelling.

Directing and shooting for Pioneer Productions Extreme Homes in France Japan, South Africa, USA and the UK. HGTV

Producing, directing and shooting Monster Moves, Titanic Train Trek for Windfall Films. The film shows the extraordinary journey of two A4 steam locomotives from the USA and Canada to the National Railway Museum York. Channel 5 & Discovery

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