Director of Photography & Media Production
Ricardo’s involvement in photography came when studying art and design at university. Even though his greatest strength at the time was as an illustrator and animator he would spend most of his evenings experimenting with time lapse photography, capturing vehicle light trails on major motorway junctions. After living in Seville and Milan for almost three years he returned to London with the sole purpose of joining the film and television industry. When a friend pulled an old 16mm Bolex camera out of a box he knew he wanted to be a camera operator. Working as a runner on various short films and later as a camera assistant on a long-term BBC2 comedy drama his break came when he became staff camera assistant for Positive Film and TV. With demanding directors that reviewed all his work regularly, the learning curve was steep but he worked his way up to head lighting cameraman and was shooting 3 broadcast series a year for different Discovery channels until becoming freelance in 2006. He then worked as a lighting cameraman on BBC shows such as Inside Out, The Money Programme and The One Show, interviewing the likes of Alan Sugar, Gordon Brown and Bill Gates. He’s worked as Director of Photography on BBC1 cooking shows, geological documentaries for National Geographic and The History Channel and long-term music programs for ITV2 before branching out into more sports-based programming.
The pinnacle of big-boat racing, this 2019 edition drew a fleet of 53 yachts to Porto Cervo in Sardinia for a week of intense but friendly competition.
Covering the last games in Porto of the first ever UEFA Nations League tournament, following the four finalists with exclusive behind the scenes access.
Gold medal winner Rita Mamut mentors a struggling league youth team of rhythmic gymnasts in Moscow to go from Z team to A team and compete with the best
Confederations cup coverage of matches, special events and behind the scenes
Presented by BT Sport to the British sportswoman or female sports team who have been adjudged to have been the best of 2018
Get up to speed with all the latest goals, news, previews and analysis
We follow 25 children born in 2000. Robert Winston discovers how families change and how children prepare to become teenagers.
The biggest strongmen compete against each other in unique events designed to test each individual to the fullest extent in Kasane, Botswana.
Homemade science stunts from around the world.
The Bohunt secondary school trials 13yr olds to the Chinese education system and the challenges in western culture.
A British music show focusing on new music talent hosted by Dave Berry and Emma Willis.
Assigned to the German team for their duration, all exclusive footage accessed by international broadcast rights holders.
Various meteorologists travel the world looking into why and how the earth's surface has developed.
Two teams of mechanics compete to make the most profit by buying written-off speciality cars and selling for parts over the UK.
Martini looks for its next first lady in an America's Next Top Model style competition.
Current affairs show on prime time week days
Long-running weekly round-up of sports action from around the world.
Location crew for Teatime show with Fern Britton featuring special guests and latest celebrity gossip.
The world's best riders throw down death defying tricks in stunning locations across the globe.
Historian Lisa Hilton explores our enduring fascination and traces the origins of our favourite bogeyman.
Assigned to North Korean team for their duration, all footage accessed by international broadcasters.
Ministry of Defence contractor QinetiQ reveal a few of their secretive projects including a fleet of Chinooks.
Investigations into the big names and smaller rogues letting consumers down.
One hour special on the richest man in the world; Warren Buffett - featuring interviews with Bill Gates.
Morgan Freeman narrates this feature length doc about a group of Zambian women and their inspiring story.
Football magazine show produced by IMG Media in conjunction with FIFA.
An insight into the lives of young people making it in Britain.
One hour special on the 'real' Alan Sugar featuring interviews with Gordon Brown and Rupert Murdoch.
Konnie Huq discovers different ways of re-using old clothes instead of throwing them away.
Ob doc following the lives of a few nurses spanning various wards of Whipps Cross hospital.
Dawn Porter investigates the pleasures and pains of child birth before the big day.
Three children attempt to live like Tudors for a week in a real Tudor village.
13 part series follows the lives of Manchesters equine police force covering riot training to football matches.
The science, history and culture of food - and exclusive recipes.
Antique series in which expert Ceri Levy mentors his novice friend Alex Riley.
Chef Tom Norrington-Davies scours Britain to source ingredients for his menu of the day.
Geoffrey Palmer & Rae Borras retrace the journey of Izaak Waltons 1653 literary classic.
Following five inspiring flat pack builds from foundations right through to completion.
Harry Enfield takes us through a nostalgic celebration of inspirational aviation history.
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