"The beauty of being a filmmaker is that each client and job is a different experience and requires a unique approach, all of which test my skills and passions whilst practising a craft that I love."
Danny Cooke is a multi-award winning freelance film-maker. He has worked on film projects all over the world: Norway, Ireland, California and New York to name a few and has also had the honour of filming famous personalities including Tom Daley, Sir David Attenborough and Michael Morpurgo (writer of War Horse). As well as celebrities, he has also created media for big clients including Sunspel Clothing, California Lottery, Jameson Irish Whiskey and many more. His 2014 film 'Postcards from Pripyat, Chernobyl' recorded the haunting landscape around the Chernobyl nuclear explosion site - Danny used a camera mounted in a drone to show the area from the air for the very first time.
Danny currently works as a self-employed filmmaker and University associate lecturer.