// On Friday 13th July, 2018, the people of London took to the streets to give their opinion on Donald Trump's first visit to the U.K. after being named the 45th and President of the United States.

// Exploring how running has changed the lives of young Londoners and given them a reason to explore the world.

// As part of Nike's big Nothing Beats a LDNR campaign, the sportswear giant teamed up with London based running collective TrackMafia to take over the tunnels under Wembley Stadium for the next instalment of Get Paid - a mixed gender, multi-disciplinary running event designed to test limits.

// From the studio to the stage, Custom Made is a snapshot look into the life of UK Hip Hop group Jungle Brown.

 

// Filmed during a 4,500km journey across South West Africa, When the Dust Settles captures the beauty and drama of the Namibian landscape.

// Urban Rush is different kind of challenge. Taking place in London, Edinburgh and Manchester, UR is a 15-mile journey through landmarks, culture and heritage.

 

// Track Mafia are anything but ordinary runners. They are a London based running crew that like to do things differently. The idea behind Get Paid, an event they hosted on a go-kart track in Mile End, was to get young kids from the streets out and active by mixing with people who are part of running clubs. Here's what went down...

// The third instalment of Track Mafia and Nike taking over spaces that aren't meant to be run in, and then racing them. This time it's live and direct from inside Westfield shopping centre in Shepherds Bush, London.

// Rolling through the city on four wheels, Push On is an abstract look at London through the eyes of a skateboarder.

// Based on a spoken word poem written by Ayo Akinwolere, At Sea is the story of one man's relationship with the open water.

// A collection of commercial work as well as independent film projects I've directed, shot and edited. You can check out more stuff at btrcrk.com

// "It's the place and the distance that you first find out you can run" Three friends from different sides of London talk about how something as simple as a mile can change so much. Nominated for Best Documentary and Best London Filmmaker at the 2017 Wimbledon International Short Film Festival.

// Touring East London on two wheels with Ayo Akinwolere.