I’ve worked in film, on stage in the West End, in motion and performance capture, thanks to my roots in movement and physicality. Originally my training at LISPA was in acting, movement and physical performance, and they’re both something I love to do, But more and more I’m working on camera, and applying these skills in character physicality and clowning to naturalistic roles.
You can see my full CV on Spotlight. as well as additional showreel and voice clips.
Recent projects include
Playing tree surgeon Jake Hill in the micro budget indy horror feature CATFLAP – shot in the UK in July 2020. Jake’s role shot non stop for a month, with some great action, and very funny dialogue to balance some of the darker action scenes in the film. I cant wait for this to finish post so we can share some clips and images, and hit the festivals – whatever form they may take in the future!
On Your Way, currently in post production: a short with heavy VFX elements, acting on wires, as well as an engaging premise promising to be another moving, and very beautiful film.
Playing Arthur in Pebble Moon (GOLD at Royal Television Society Student Awards, and best original film at Manchester Indy Short Film Festival): a great piece of which I am extremely proud.
Past work also includes:
Idents for SKY, directed by the SNIPER TWINS, and two projects with Complicite, working with Simon McBurney. This is all along side my work in motion capture, puppetry and creature effects – I almost got to combine my movement and acting recently, working with Andy Serkis. I was offered a role on his Jungle Book, but was unable to accept it due to other commitments!
I also have a good body of work on stage, including acting and puppeteering in the original West End cast of War Horse (I got to share the role of Geordie, the solider who flips the coin with the German, in the trenches scene – which I loved!), as well as continual development of new work with many companies, including the RSC.
Here you can take a look at Dear Brother – If you haven’t seen it yet, it’s well worth 90 seconds of your day: