I have written, co-written, produced and directed several short film projects.


Tea For Two is a short comedy starring John Challis (Only Fools And Horses) and Amanda Barrie (Carry on Cleo) for which I was writer and director.


The film was screened at various festivals, including the BAFTA-qualifying Aesthetica Film Festival, and won Best Screenplay

at the Winchester Short Film Festival. 


I Want To Make You Happy is a new comedy drama I have co-written with comedian Paul F. Taylor who also stars in the film, directed by

BAFTA-nominated comedy director Ben Mallaby.

The short was selected for the BAFTA-qualifying LOCO Film Festival, and is now being developed into a TV series.


Squall is a short drama I have written and directed starring Gary Beadle (Eastenders, Summer of Rockets), Jessica Chamberlain (Beneath The Trees, Quick Fix), Tom Butcher (The Bill, Doctors) and Corrinne Wicks (Emmerdale, Doctors).


It has been selected for the High Peak Independent Film Festival, Beeston Film Festival, Unrestricted Film Festival, London Rolling Film Festival, Festival Deux Cans, Winchester Short Film Festival, Suffolk Shorts, Kino's The People's Film Festival, Monadnock International Film Festival, and FirstGlance Film Festival Philadelphia. 

Squall is now available to watch at Genera Films.


Fellow Creatures is a short dark comedy I produced for The Shotley Collective, the newly formed production company founded by Jason Merrells, Jamie Glover and Jonathan Kerrigan. 

The film stars Shelley Conn and Jonathan Kerrigan, who also wrote the script and score, and is co-directed by Jason Merrells and Jamie Glover after a successful crowdfunding campaign on Greenlit.

Now on the festival circuit, selections include HollyShorts, Leeds International Film Festival, Sydney Underground Film Festival, Dam Short Film Festival  and Razor Reel Flanders Film Festival.

I am also the co-founder of the Exit 6 Film Festival, an annual short film event taking place across multiple venues in my hometown of Basingstoke.

The festival is listed on FilmFreeway's Top 100 Best Reviewed Festivals, which puts Exit 6 in the top 1% of the 11K+ events the portal facilitates worldwide.

In addition to the annual festival, Exit 6 publishes regular blog content covering every aspect of film production, aiming to inspire and educate independent filmmakers. 

As such, I have had the great privilege to interview a host of high-profile and experience industry professionals.