GEORGE HOAGY MORRIS
FUN FACT: George makes a point of always wearing odd socks. He also loves a caramelised onion.
George Hoagy Morris is a freelance director and cinematographer, shooting and directing television documentaries for broadcasters such as BBC, Channel 4 and ITV and creating content for brands such as Google, Land Rover and Moët Hennessy.
George prides himself with creating cinematic, narrative-driven films.
After graduating from Newport Film School, George went on to work as a freelance camera operator on several documentaries for the BBC and Channel 4, while also shooting and directing content for advertising agencies.
He has filmed all over the world, from an environmental documentary in the Norwegian Arctic, Land Rover Adverts in Sweden, Google content in Europe, and several BBC productions at home in the UK, including the three-part BBC TWO true crime series, A Killing In Tiger Bay.
George recently worked with Little Bird Films as part of the BBC New Director's Scheme. He filmed and directed a documentary following the Team Wales Adaptive Abilities Cheer Team on their journey to the World Cheerleading Championships. The film is due to be broadcast on BBC Wales / BBC Three in the autumn.
George is now working as a Director and Director of Photography, working on a wide range of projects from landmark television documentaries to high-end branded content productions all over the world.