Best Time

September 1, 2018

This July I had the luck to direct In The City’s music video to their single Best Time. It is a poignant (but very fun and catchy!) song about the moments of joy and love that we have that all too quickly are gone – but ultimately how lucky we were to have them in the […]

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BAFTA Crew 2018

June 25, 2018

Happy to say that I’ve been selected to take part in this year’s BFI NETWORK x BAFTA Crew. Looking forward to seeing old faces and meeting and working with new ones!

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Constellations is Travelling!

May 2, 2018

Very happy to say that ‘Constellations’ is being Distributed by Travelling – les films qui voyagent. You can read more about the film here on their webiste. We’re excited to share it with the world very soon!

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Unbox Goa

April 10, 2018

It’s been a little while since I’ve updated this part of my website – partly because I’ve been quite busy doing things over the last months! I started the year in Aldona Village in Goa thanks to The British Council, The London Short Film Festival and Quicksand Design Studio where I took part in a […]

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Your Mother and I is (are) out in the world!

November 27, 2017

So we finally bit the bullet and released Your Mother and I online for everybody to watch. Thanks to Short of the Week for featuring us and helping us get many eyes on our film that we are so proud of. Thanks to everyone who helped make the film. It was a labour of love, […]

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Your Mother and I visits Rhode Island

May 2, 2017

Wonderful news for Your Mother and I – we will be screening at the 35th Flickers’ Rhode Island International Film Festival, and will be in contention for The Grand Prize for Best Short Film! Thank you Rhode Island and see you in August. 

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Magnet Film

‘Your Mother and I’ is being represented by the wonderful Magnet Film for sales! We hope you’ll see the film out in the world before long, as well as in a few more film festivals…

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Modern Tales

April 28, 2017

It’s been a while, largely because I’ve had my head down writing! But I’m happy to say that I am taking part in the Modern Tales Development scheme in London for 5 months this spring, along with Jessie Mangum my producer. We’re excited to be developing my first feature film Miniatures about a mother, Jeanne and her […]

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Your Mother and I wins Best British Short Film at the London Short Film Festival

February 2, 2017

We’re very proud and happy to say that ‘Your Mother and I’ won The Best British Short Film Award supported by the British Council at The 2017 London Short Film Festival. Here’s to a good start to the year! We will also be taking part in the Festival de curtas-metragens de Sintra in the Hemisphere […]

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Your Mother and I on Directors Notes

October 13, 2016

Thanks to Directors Notes for taking the time to ask such interesting questions about ‘Your Mother and I’.

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‘Your Mother’ and I are (is) travelling!

September 27, 2016

Hello there, We had a busy time at TIFF where lots of people said lots of nice and interesting things about the film. You can check out what NOW magazine had to say for example, or what The Toronto Film Scene had to ask about the film. ‘Your Mother and I’ has started its trip […]

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Your Mother and I at TIFF

August 4, 2016

I’m very pleased and excited to share the news that ‘Your Mother and I’ will be premiering at The Toronto International Film Festival this year. I have to thank everybody who worked so hard and believed in this project by giving their time, skills, money and talent so generously. Thank you and I can’t wait […]

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Between Man and Child

June 21, 2016

Thanks to Natasja Fourie for asking me to voice her video for Nowness ‘Between Man and Child’. An exploration of the pull between romantic love and parental love, you can take a peek here!

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She would move the tree rather more to the middle – online!

June 15, 2016

Thanks to everyone who’s been watching and sharing ‘She would move the tree rather more to the middle’ since we released it online. Thanks to Film Shortage for championing us with an online premiere, and thanks to Video of the Day for making us the eponymous Video of the Day! Last but certainly not least, […]

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London Live

June 5, 2016

‘She would move the tree rather more to the middle’ is getting its televised premiere on London Live Tonight at 12:30 in the nighttime (prime time!) with a selection of BFI shorts. Check it out!

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FastNet Film Festival

May 12, 2016

Very much looking forward to ‘She would move the tree rather more to the middle’ making its way to Schull for the BFI Future Film screening at the Fast Net Film Festival. Thanks for having us!!

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Your Mother and I

April 24, 2016

Thank you so much for all your support! Very much looking forward to sharing more news soon…But for now, here are a few images from the film of Julia Sarah Stone, Don McKellar and Nibbler the llama.

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BFI Future Film Festival & The New Current

February 15, 2016

Hello there! I know I’ve already mentioned this, but I thought I’d go at it again seeing as The BFI Future Film Festival is happening this week and my film ‘She would move the tree rather more to the middle’ is screening there on Friday as part of the ‘Oh So Surreal’ selection. In advance […]

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Happy New Year (a good start to the year)

January 25, 2016

Happy New Year! Very happy to report screenings in Berlin, London and Landshut as 2016 gets started. ‘How (not) to rob a train’ screened on Friday the 22nd at The British Shorts Film Festival in Berlin. Thanks for having us! ‘The King and Queen of Halloween’ will be screening at the Landshut Film Festival in […]

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‘Your Mother and I’ Indiegogo Campaign

October 7, 2015

YOUR MOTHER AND I is an adaptation of the Dave Eggers story of the same name from his 2004 short story collection HOW WE ARE HUNGRY. We have received the author’s blessing to adapt the story, have secured a terrific cast, including Don McKellar and Julia Sarah Stone and crew, but we need your generous […]

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