Photo by Emmanuel Hammond
Experienced 1st & 3rd assistant director, currently based in York.
So far my career has taken me across the UK and overseas In France, America and Australia.
Over the years I've been involved in a mixture of Indie, short and feature films.
Some of these productions are; "Mister Mayfair" (Feature 2019), "Bringing Back Golden-eye" (Feature 2019/20), "Blank" (Feature 2018/19), "Lavender" (Short Film 2019), "Night Running" (Short Film 2019), "How You Love Me" (Theatre 2018), "Book of Monsters" (Feature 2017), "Lane" (Short 2017), "From the Mountains to the Sea" (Short film & Theatre project 2016), "Back In 2 Mins" (TV 2015) and "Ghost Ship" (Feature 2014)
(If you would like to see my 2019 CV, please find the link below, in the 'contact' section.)
My professional journey started in 2013 when I was lucky enough to get a job as a runner on the film 'Ghost ship'. My experience working on set was fantastic, I wanted to learn all there was to know about film-making. During my time on set, I worked closely with director Robert Young, who I am very thankful for teaching me the beginner ropes!
My next time on set was for a TV pilot 'Back In 2 Mins' written and director by the brilliant Nick Turnbull. Nick appreciated my dedication and drive so he asked if I wanted to work beside him on set as an assistant and off set as associate producer, this offer startled me at first but I quickly found myself in my element and knew this was a career I wanted to explore.
During this process, I continued working as an actor while building my professional network. It wasn't long before I decided to take the step of moving over to focus primarily on production based roles.
I am originally from Anglesey in North Wales, I moved to Manchester in 2008 to study Performing Arts at college. From there I went onto study further at drama school; The Arden School of Theatre. During summer, I attended inspirational courses at Guildhall school of Music and Drama.