I started making films as a teenager living on a council estate during the punk era with a second-hand Super 8mm camera .
Ever since then I’ve worked all-over the planet, making films and sometimes art to tell stories about love, life, war and peace and a game that people play in-between life and death.
Since 2013, I’ve been undergoing treatment for thyroid cancer, which was possibly caused by exposure to something, somewhere out on one of my many travels.
As a result a life-long observer is becoming the observed in a series of 120+ web films being developed into a ‘pocket cinema’ feature film:
Please contact me for the password if you would like to see the current concept/screen-test reel as it does contain adult material.
With my health back, I’m also continuing work on Minefield: An epic story about War and Football which began filming in Bosnia in 1995.
From creative documentaries to hybrid feature films, I’m always open to talk about challenging projects and assignments and never close the door on good ideas, creative collaborations or original stories.
A film-maker in search of a story, the Caucasus Region, 2002.
Critically acclaimed internationally as a video artist and BAFTA nominated as a film-maker, my work has screened extensively world-wide and many of my films can be viewed on this website.
Another broken camera: Return from Kurdistan, 2016. Helsingør, Denmark .