Whereas the first series saw the duo investigate the death of a crew member on board a Royal Navy submarine, the second six-parter will see them take on the British air force.
Following a number of unexplained fatalities at a Scottish military facility, DCI Silva and DI Longacre set out to reveal the cause. But standing in their way are the hostile and closed ranks of the air force.
Showing admirable versatility, he is also responsible for the visual look of the same channel’s hit submarine thriller Vigil.
What does the job involve?
Working closely with the director, production designer and all the creative team to create the visual world and help “frame” the point of view of the story to engage the audience. Sometimes that can be a dynamic world such as Vigil; at other times it can be utilising a more sensitive visual aesthetic to create an emotional engagement, as with Three Girls.
Created and written by Tom Edge, the six-part thriller follows the mysterious disappearance of a Scottish fishing trawler and a death on board a Trident nuclear submarine.
The resulting chaos leads to a tense conflict between the police, Navy and British security, as they each try to deal with the situation in their own way.
Written and created by Tom Edge (The Crown), Vigil is produced by World Productions, the producers behind Line Of Duty and Bodyguard.