I was commissioned by Oliver Mitchell to score his original short film “Long Gone” starring Gemma-Louise Keane and Lyndsey Craine. The brief was clear, the film is great, but the deadline was short…
York writer, actor and director Mike Hickman wrote a very funny, moving play called “Not So Funny Now” about the women in Groucho Marx’s life. Off The Rock Productions decided to produce it, and I was brought on to provide music and SFX.
I was approached by Grunt Productions to play the lead role in the action short ‘Blackout’ written by Tony Hipwell and Jack Hobbs. As a big fan of Die Hard, John Wick and any/all Jason Statham films, I was all in.
Security started life as a stage play that I wrote as part of Off The Rock Productions’ “The Trove of Curiosities” evening of plays, and it went down really well. In the audience one night was Tony Hipwell of Grunt Productions, who showed an interest in making it into a film.
Behold! My showreel for 2018. Huge thanks to Tony Hipwell of Grunt Productions for putting it together for me. If you want me to act in your film, please get in touch.
My feature film acting debut, Chestersberg from RedShirt Films is the full-length story started in award-winning short The Book Club.
York based theatre company Wildgoose Theatre, in conjunction with Script Yorkshire, put out a call for scripts for their ‘3 or 4 for 1 or 2’ strand of performances.
In October 2017 I was lucky enough to have a play I wrote with Anna Rose James performed by York Settlement Community Players.
Over the course of summer 2017 I made a concerted effort to ‘put myself out there’ and auditioned for quite a few short and student films.
I was thrilled to win one of the main roles in Stavros Ladikos’ short film A Conversation. Stavros was a second-year film student at York University and his work is visually stunning.