My graduation film, currently on the festival circuit, screening around the world in 2023. Trailer below:
Instead of telling his newly diagnosed five-year-old son that he has Leukaemia; Brian tells Arthur that the chemotherapy will give him superpowers. In a battle to keep them both positive, Brian is haunted by his lie as he struggles to find hope.
As we witness the innocence of the children in the ward believing the lies their parents tell them, we also see how haunted the parents become. This is a chilling look at how adults project fears of cancer onto children and how fighting the darkness with joy and happiness can also be a form of medicine. Inspired by true events.
Some of my past work:
Pack Of Wolves
'Pack Of Wolves' follows Ryan and his group of friends, as he looks for reassurance after getting the news that he is about to be a father.
With constant doubts and fears of not being man enough to father a child, he looks outward to his friends and family for guidance.
Born into a world of silence, Eli finds himself not able to communicate well with people. Mainly because not everyone understands sign language. This has impacted his self-esteem and confidence. This is Eli's story of how difficult life can be when you aren't being heard.