I picked up my first Super 8mm camera when I was a teenager on a council estate in the south-east of England during the punk era of the late 1970’s.
Ever since then I’ve worked around the planet making films and sometimes art, talking to people, writing with a camera and telling stories that portray the human condition at its best – and worst.
For the past 18 months I’ve been undergoing treatment for thyroid cancer that was possibly caused by exposure to particles of depleted uranium (or DU as it’s known in the military and NGO circles) while in a conflict-zone, and as a result an observer has become the observed in a forthcoming project which I’ve so far been self-financing called: The Legacy of an Invisible Bullet.
With my health returning I’m developing and making films once again, including Minefield a feature-length documentary project I’ve been working on for nearly 20 years.
Critically acclaimed internationally as an award-winning Film-maker and Video Artist, I’m on the look-out for challenging creative collaborations and am always willing to talk new ideas….