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Current Projects

Photo taken on location for "Myrlan", Pale Raven Pictures 2021

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Post-apocalyptic short film


A near future society descending into tribes, living under oppressive rule. When the violent Enforcers take a step too far, the Workers choose their own fate.

This 8-minute action-horror music film has successfully funded through our Kickstarter.

This mixed-media music film combines Rob Richardson's (2000AD) illustrations with live action fight sequences, all to a furious metal soundtrack from Terminal Sun.

I wrote and will direct Ingvas with Pale Raven Pictures.

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Ingvas Film
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Fantasy short film


Step into a brand new fantasy world in 2021: choose your path and find your freedom.

This 35-minute short fantasy film is now available to stream on The Fantasy Network

I directed and co-created Myrlan with Pale Raven Pictures.

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Video/audio installation

"Impressions of China"

A collage of video footage recorded over two months in the summer of 2019 is played over 4 screens as sound samples from the same Chinese cities the footage is recorded are cued on a MIDI controller. As the sounds overlap, a soundscape is explored in the hands of the viewer to encourage their own Impression.

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Feature Screenplay

"The Paw"

The Paw's 'graphic novel' aesthetic blends folklore with neo-noir and dark comedy.

This is a 120-minute feature horror screenplay submitting to screenplay awards and interested readers.

Men make monsters. At least that’s true for Crawley, a photographer in a sinister vein of work: blackmail. Meanwhile, a local police constable plays cops and robbers with a 60-year-old burglar and things don’t add up. Something’s being covered up and PC Cooper’s going to find out if his bark is as bad as his bite.

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The Paw script
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