My road in life has been direct.
Got a job on a TV show when I was 16.
Left school at 17 to do an acting job on a TV series.
Starting directing music videos.
Went on a Roadtrip across the States!
Came back home and started working in film.
Started writing my own scripts.
Started directing my own films.
Tried to work how to do all this stuff more often...!
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High School


Writer / Director

I make films!

Career Roadmap

My work combines:
My work combines:
Acting & Theatre
Being Creative

Day to Day

Incredibly, I don't have a typical working day. I spend my days thinking about ideas or filming or editing them. My industry is this awesome microcosm of the working world. There's no job out there that wouldn't be needed on a film set (other than astronaut / nuclear physicist). It means I get to work with all these amazing people who have chosen to work in creating art even though some of them aren't creative (like accountants or on set medics). They want to be part of creating something.

Advice for Getting Started

Here's the first step for middle school students

This applies to anyone who wants to make films. Whether they are in Middle School or transitioning into film. It's important to work really really hard. I know that sounds cliched. But it's wanting to do this job even when it's incredibly wet and cold outside. Even when you feel really really tired. You have to love films, creating things. Then you just have to be nice. Energetic. Enthusiastic. Willing to learn. Because everything else you'll need to learn you'll learn on day one.

Recommended Education

My career is not related to what I studied. I'd recommend this path instead:


The Noise I Shed

From Society in General:

"You should go to a university...It wasn't exactly one person (it certainly didn't come from my family or close friends). There's a societal pressure to go through every stage of education if you want to be considered intelligent or employable."

Challenges I Overcame