Living in Crime Alley (2019)
A single father struggles to bring up his child, a huge fan of the dark knight, in downtown Gotham, known to citizens as Crime Alley.
DISCLAIMER: This is a non-profit fan film. DC Comics, DC Entertainment & Warner Brothers have no affiliation with this project. This is strictly a passion project made for entertainment purposes only.
*Over 40 Film Festival selections
*Over 30 Best Film Awards including Best Fan Film, Best Fantasy, Best Actor, Best Director, Best Screenplay, Best Score, Best Supporting Actress and many more.
A short documentary film made in Lockdown 2020
WINNER - Best New Freelance Director - Shiny Awards 2021
WINNER - Best Lockdown Short - Woodland Film Festival 2021
WINNER - Best Micro Film - RED Movie Awards 2021
SEMI-FINALIST - Academy Award recognised - Rhode Island International Film Festival 2021
Stegosaurus is a short family film about children's love of nature, and how technology can get in the way of life sometimes. Set within a fully functioning Jurassic Park, the film tells the story of a young girl who visits the park desperate to see her favourite dinosaur. Will she succeed or will her mother's obsession with her phone get in the way?
Produced by Barry Wilkinson & Rob Ayling
Dreaming Whilst Black (2018)
Dreaming Whilst Black is a 9-part comedy mini-series that follows a young, passionate, yet naive filmmaker, Kwabena, who struggles to navigate between his dreams and reality.
Episode 4: "Family Dinners" - Directed by Rob Ayling
At the usual Sunday dinner with Kwabena's family, the older generation are not too pleased about his decision to be a "filmmaker."
The series has been officially selected: NYC Web Fest, Rio Web Fest, IAWTV Awards, UK Web Fest & LAL Film Festival - Winner of Best Web Series.
Listen To Me (2015)
A young musicologist suspects her next door neighbor is in an abusive relationship. Masters Graduation film at film school.
Shooting People Short of the Month, March 2017
BAFTA recognised Aesthetica Short Film Festival 2016
- Nominated for Best Thriller
BAFTA recognised London Short Film Festival 2016
Bristol Film Festival 2016
Bath Film Festival 2015
East End Film Festival 2015
- Nominated for Best UK Short
Being Wild (2017)
After a night out of partying, a young woman awakes in the middle of a forest with no memory of what happened.
Written, shot and edited in 60 hours (1st - 4th September) as part of the Colchester Film Festival Challenge 2017
Chris Barron - Two Princes (2016)
Co-directed & produced - Chris Barron (Spin Doctors) performing acoustic version of the hit song 'Two Princes' in Barry, Wales - July 2016
The Girl with the Compass Tattoo (2014)
A 90 second spy, chase short film.
WINNER - Best Film - Cary Grant Film Festival 2014