Brighton based photographer and videographer, Emma Bailey has been working in film and video for almost 20 years. Training in film and video production, then progressing into photography. Emma now blends collaborative cinematography with creative photography to create bespoke corporate videos to include time lapses and talking heads.






One of many promos of a play which Emma shot and cut in the summertime of twee Buxton. The Carrot Nappers at Buxton Fringe 2017, written/produced by Keith Large.


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It’s been said that Red Bull Racing’s Daniel Ricciardo is a model Formula One driver, so Sheep Films took that literally in this miniature guide to the Canadian Grand Prix.

I spent a day at Red Bull HQ in Milton Keynes lighting the green screen and Daniel’s live action part, we were lucky enough to light the main floor where the expensive cars were the stars. Daytime drew to a close and Daniel arrived, we only had a 1 hour slot to film everything in, for the Canadian track and others. He learnt his lines, was a lovely chap and here is one of the videos.

Director: Dave Packer  |  DoP: Frank Madone


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Elena Saorin is an international fire performer, clown, improvisor and a workshop leader. This is her promo showcasing her skills to the music of Venetian Snares.


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The Second Annual Datacloud Nordic Conference welcomed the leaders of the cloud and data centre sector to the Nordics. The forum highlights the unique value of locating or outsourcing data center, cloud and IT infrastructure across the important and fast growing Nordic region.

We flew to Sweden to film a timelapse of Stockholm and interviews of the participants in the event.


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HM Tower of London is one of the UK’s top tourist attractions, and the White Tower is the oldest and most iconic building within the grounds, so there is no surprise it is full of visitors till closing time every day. This leaves us with a short turnaround time to change the venue from daytime exhibition, to stunning evening event space for dinners or receptions.

In 1hr 12,000+ photos, 7 cameras, 4 operators, 20 minute set-up in-between the public leaving the Tower of London and the outside contractors turning the White Tower into a spectacular evening event space. The Tower of London asked GilRei Video to create a timelapse video of this intense set-up period. I headed up the camera crew, shot some of the live footage and graded the RAW photos which James Tucker then made into this great video.
We used 5Dmk3 & mk2 in the two halls, B-Cams were the mk1 and a GoPro
The Tower of London

Director: Rob Reina  Editor James Tucker


Urban Framing is an experimental documentary; a building plays the main character and narrator. The story is an unspoken conversation with the urban context. This provides the audience with a new cinematic experience to look at architecture and the city in a different manner.

Artist: Wanda Hu  |  DoP: Pete Emery


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A mock-documentary following the Toothfairy’s transformation as she resorts to inventive but unethical methods of tooth collection in her heinous quest for a better life.

Writer/Director: Steven Dorrington | DoP: Emma Bailey | Editor: Bonnie Rae Brickman


An excerpt of Rosie & Rivette, Vito Maraula's first short film as director, follows Rosie Cunningham as she aimlessly wanders the city of London, has a singing lesson and is abducted by an unnamed man. She half heartedly resists his attempts to seduce her but finally gives in when he takes her to see a Jacques Rivette film at the cinema. Rosie & Rivette is a work that asks what it is to make a truthful piece of cinema in a world where the image holds so much weight of the past.

Runtime: 13 mins | Country: UK | Ratio: 16:9 | Shooting Formats: HDV Colour/B+W | Year: 2010 | Language: English
Written, Directed and Edited by: Vito Maraula | Cast: Rosie Cunningham | Music: James Dose, Trailer Trash Tracys | Sound Design: Simon Keep | Cinematographers: James Marcus Tucker & Emma Bailey


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Daniel Fawcett’s second feature film, the first also shot by Emma, is a playful and poetic adventure story about growing up and breaking free. The action unfolds in long handheld shots, which are punctuated by moments of Super 8 footage and an atmospheric soundtrack by The Dead Rat Orchestra.

Written, Directed and Edited by: Daniel Fawcett | Cast: Vito Maraula, Freddie Machin and Elizabeth Holmes | Music: The Dead Rat Orchestra | Sound Design: Simon Keep | Cinematographer: Emma Bailey | Costumes: Rachel McWha


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