I'm a director of TV comedy, drama and commercials.
I cut my teeth making trailers and channel idents for the BBC. From there I moved into commercials with a PSA for Cancer Research UK, which won Best New Director at the British Television Advertising Awards and a Bronze Lion at Cannes.
My short film WASHDAYS premiered at Palm Springs and played at over 20 international film festivals. It won Best Film at Rushes Soho Shorts, Special Jury prize at Austin and was nominated for a British Independent Film Award.
TV credits include DOUGHNUTS, a half hour single comedy for Channel 4, and the acclaimed comedy drama series YOUNGERS, described by the Observer as ‘Tender, topical, truthful. A gem’. In 2016 my short film RUE BOY was broadcast by Channel 4 in their Random Acts strand and is currently in development with them as a series.
Most recently I directed the second series of BAFTA winning sitcom CHEWING GUM. Described by The New Statesman as “Hilarious... Achingly relatable” and “Magnificently filthy wit” by The Evening Standard, it was proclaimed by The Guardian to be “The future of comedy”, no less.