An award winning Writer & Director with a background in Art and Film Philosophy, I graduated with a BA Hons from UWE Bristol and in 2014, I graduated from the Met Film School with a Masters in Film Directing.
I have worked on feature films, television, and corporate video productions in different roles. I've directed music videos, short documentaries and short fiction films (live action/animation) some of which have won awards and been selected at prestigious film festivals including BAFTA & Academy Award qualifying film festivals.
In March 2018, a web series called Dreaming Whilst Black was released online since then has been commissioned for BBC. I directed the 4th episode titled 'Family Dinners'.
In 2019, I brought my award winning screenplay Living in Crime Alley (A Batman Story) to life and it screened at the British Film Institute (BFI). The film was released online in December 2019 and since then has screened in over 40 film festivals and won multiple awards all over the world.
During the first national lockdown in the UK, I made a 90 second short documentary called Hands, which has screened and won awards at festivals; including Shiny Awards' Best New Director (Freelance).
In 2022, I gained my first feature film directing credit in the anthology film, The Impact as well as my theatre directing debut with Patrick Hamilton's Rope. In November, I was awarded the Filmmaker of the Year award at the RS Film Festival, Bristol.
My favourite and influential filmmakers are Billy Wilder, Martin Scorsese, Stanley Kubrick and Alfred Hitchcock.
On a personal note, I am a former Starbucks Barista champion.