As far back as I can remember I wanted to be a film maker.
My first foray into film was at age eleven. I made a fake TV commercial with puppets selling chicken. It was a box-office flop.
Since then I've gone on to bigger and better things, from helping to create an award winning TV show, to working on some of the biggest films to hit the screen. A highlight came back in 2012 when I was part of the stereoscopic team for Alfonso Cuarón's Oscar-winning film Gravity.
During the madness of the COVID-19 lock down, I actually managed to make a short film called autoportrait. I've not released it publicly yet (to maintain festival eligibility) but you can see a trailer and a write up here.
In 2019, I started work on a new short film - Dryad. It's a return to my 16mm film roots and was coming along well until production was cut short by the pandemic. It's on hiatus right now, but rest assured production will resume as soon as it's safe to do so.
These days, I work predominately as a motion graphics artist, but I also do work in visual effects and as a stereoscopic artist. Occasionally I work as an editor and have been known to operate a camera once in a while.
If you've got a project you think I could help you out with, feel free to email me, or check my "me" page for other ways to contact me.
Back in 2007 when I was living in Australia, I made a short film. A year later I had fled the country. Those two facts may or may not be related.