Here you can view my current and past projects from the last few years. If you would like to find out more, please view my blog below for development info on 'The Architects of...' project.
The Architects of Dreams and Nightmares
The Architects of Dreams and Nightmares is an anthology series that centers on three vulnerable young men and a cursed monster mask. Each of its stories is focussed on protagonists that are faced with very real and very human problems.
Under the guise of primarily the horror genre, I have told a series of stories that each embrace humanity at its very foundation and capitalise on the main overarching genre of drama. I feel, ultimately, that the human stories that drive this anthology series are the most important element. Trying to write a story without a solid foundation will only bring everything else crashing down around you, after all.
The first of these stories is 'The Grove', the second is 'Hallow Hill' and the third is 'Bad Omen'. They focus on the idea of the macabre living within the outskirts of a local town, plaguing the minds of three young men. They're now all available to view on my Shorts page...
My aim with these films was to explore the uncanny and establish a tone that I'm attracted to when it comes to horror: the feeling that there is something 'off' about the world we live in, that everything looks normal but there's something otherworldly lurking underneath the ordinary.
White Knuckle Ride
This film will explore the life of a narcissistic businessman who gets caught up in the criminal underworld after his wannabe girlfriend's brother falls prey to an evil drug lord.
Pitched to me by a friend of mine, this film is expected to be our most polished and competent film yet. Currently, the project has been submitted to a BBC drama category script competition and is awaiting approval.
The story will tackle themes such as drug addiction, social stratification, sexual abuse and identity, while exploring how these issues are relevant within the world today.
In the wake of a nuclear war, a grieving father feels compelled to protect the helpless and get them to safety. In the process, he is challenged by his inner demons for actions he committed in the long painful days following his son's death.
Fallout is inspired by a few different stories, including video games such as The Last of Us and even the works of certain surrealist filmmakers.
The story isn't as linear as you might expect and is intended to present a more subjective and intimate examination of loss.
My aim here was to make the character of the father a more conflicted character than you might expect.
The script can be found on my Creative Writing page.
A short tale of a mysterious 'Interloper' who interferes with the lives of two men who both share the same wife.
This story isn't a drama though and, no, it isn't about an affair.
This is a science fiction story that uses the concept of parallel worlds to its full advantage.
What unfolds over the course of the story is actually a series of unfortunate events centered around a murder...
Or rather, several murders that happen to take place in the same location, just from alternate perspectives.
Gritty, surreal and stupendous, this film is probably the most ambitious one I've done in terms of visual effects. Although all of it was filmed in camera, the post production proved to be more than a little difficult.