I'm a London-based director and producer of broadcast promos and commercials, corporate video, brand content and film. Currently I'm a director/producer at Pukka Films who create award-winning dramas used by global organisations to improve workplaces, work practises and to change the way people think.
I have always been most creatively inspired by projects which aim to make a difference to the ways we live and see the world - whether in film, documentary, B2B projects or commercial brand content. Ultimately, it's about creating something your viewer will never forget.
On the sly and on the side, I'm an interviewer for the USC Shoah Foundation's series on Contemporary Antisemitism, I present talks at film festivals, host a radio show on Shoreditch Radio and teach filmmaking to disadvantaged young people in association with Create Arts Charity.
I got my grounding in film from a BA (1st class Hons) film degree from Manchester University and, at 18, studying screenwriting and directing at New York Film Academy, living out in NYC and making short film after short film until they were good enough that I can now look back and not wince (too much)! Back home in London, I learned the ropes working in script development for some of London's top production companies and by using all of my free time to get involved in the indie short film scene.