He is a film director and visual artist working in the sphere of disability. His last two films We are the Freaks and The Marker starring John Hannah were bought by Netflix. He began his career at BBC the BBC directing Casualty and Doctors and directed his first feature film Large for Film Four aged just 26.
His second feature film Special People premiered at the 2007 TriBeCa Film Festival and went on to win a Royal Television Society diversity award. His company 104 films worked on the BAFTA nominated Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll and co-produced feature documentary Notes on Blindness which was nominated for three BAFTAs including Best British Film.
He sits on the disability round table for the BFI and advocates for better representation of disabled people behind the camera. His film prints, including Special People, have been archived at the BFI as works of cultural significance and he is currently writing a book on disability in British Film for Bloomsbury. 104films.com
‘Hiding in 3D’ | IKON, Birmingham
Fishwives Revenge | Tate St Ives
Untitled: Why Are You Writing That Down? I Said It’s Untitled | John Hansard Gallery, Southampton
25% (Rectification) | Tate Liverpool