With over 10 years’ experience in the industry making films from scratch, I’m well versed in telling offbeat comedic stories about working class characters with a strong sense of visual style. I use my expertise as a prop maker to build weird and wonderful pieces that become a staple of my films.
In 2016, I won an Empire award for a short film that I made for £20.
In 2017 I made a short comedy called The Flytipper with the lead character being played by an 8ft puppet monster made out of fly tipped rubbish. The short won multiple awards around the world and was a finalist in the Best Comedy category at the BAFTA qualifying Carmarthen Bay Film Festival.
My latest short film The Hobbyhorser is on the festival circuit and is a proof of concept for a feature film that I have spent the last 2 years co-writing.
I’m currently in pre-production on my first feature film titled ManFish which begins shooting
in April 2021.
Below are a small selection of films that I've made over the past five years.