I graduated from the Royal College of Art in 1994. My graduation film, Pariah the Red Man, was screened at Annecy, Zagreb and Esphino, amongst other festivals. In 1995, was shown on Channel 4 and MTV.
Since then, I have directed my own six part series, “The Yes or No Guru”, for Carlton Television, and made the animated film “Gum”, as part of S4C’s “Short Shorts” series.
My commercial work includes: Five ads for Fairy cleaning products featuring his “Bizzie the Baby” character, and five ads for The Halifax Bank. I have worked as an animator on several commercial films including Oscar nominated Famous Fred and The Wife of Bath, directed by Joanna Quinn at Beryl Productions International Ltd. I have also worked on the adaption of Raymond Briggs “The Bear” for TVC studios.
In 2008 I completed a personal film, “Joystick”, under the auspices of Itchfilm Production Company.
I also worked on the forthcoming documentary “For No Good Reason” about the life and work of the satirical cartoonist Ralph Steadman, directed by Charlie Paul of Itchfilm studio. The sequences I have produced for this film include animated versions of Ralph Steadman’s illustrations of Hunter S. Thompson’s “Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas” and Dimitri Sidjanski’s anti war satire “The Cherrywood Canon.”
“For No Good Reason” was released in 2012.
I am currently working on my new short film “Tales from Lonely Towers”, scheduled for completion in spring 2015.
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