Cameraman/editor Craig Morris setting up camera traps on locationCompany Director Bio

Craig Morris

Camera / Editor

Craig has always been fanatical about TV and film, so after returning home to Cardiff, from 13 years of world travel, complete with life experience and dreadlocks down to his waist, he decided to turn his passions into a successful career as a filmmaker.

Camera/editor Craig Morris getting the perfect shot, on location Rayader, WalesIn 2014 Craig graduated the University of South Wales, as a mature student in Creative Industries: Film, with a first.  Whilst at university, he helped to start a college company, to give himself and students an opportunity of working with ‘real clients’ such as Coca-Cola and Wales Millennium Centre.  For his efforts, Craig received the prestigious “Creative Entrepreneur Award 2014

Cameraman/editor Craig Morris shooting sheep on locationCraig took this a step further, as later that year he co-founded Tatu Pictures Ltd with his wife Raquel and is able to continue giving opportunities to fresh new talent whenever it is possible.

Having made a few corporate and short films, his big break came in 2015 when he became principle camera person and then editor for the BBC series Kate Humble: My Welsh Sheepdog’s Tale.  Craig is constantly learning and adapting as he goes along and has now got 5 broadcast BBC documentary films under his belt.

Camera/editor Craig Morris filming on location, Great OrmTatu would describe Craig as “Very charming and resourceful, he is a very handy man to have around; He is able to put his creative hand to most things and is the king of thinking on his feet and working with limitations”

We are very proud of all he has achieved and look forward to seeing what he does next.

Contact him directly on : craig@tatupictures.com