"Majestic...as if Nic Roeg had directed a kitchen sink drama"
Neil Fox, Directors Notes on Bronco's House

"A moving film about parentage with an exceptional performance from Colin Holt at its centre"
Derek Malcolm on The Midnight Drives

"Beautifully poignant, subtly compelling "
The West Briton on Happy Christmas

Enough to Fill Up an Eggcup nominated for Best Single Documentary at the Celtic Media Festival 2017
Best Experimental Film at London Short Film Festival 2017 for The Road to Zennor
Dear Marianne nominated for Best British Short Film at London Short Film Festival 2017
Honourable Mention at Berlin Experimental Film Festival 2016 for The Essential Cornishman
Roughcut People's Champion 2014 for The Source
Winner of The Nick Darke Award for Writing 2014 for Old Iron
Winner of the Jury Award, Cornwall International Film Festival 2009 for Aurora's Kiss
Royal Television Society Winner 2007 for My Name is Zac
Festival Director's Choice at Encounters 2003 for The Man Who Needed a Traffic Light
Winner of the Frank Copplestone First Time Director's Award, Celtic Film Festival 2002 for Golden Burn

Represented by:

Millenium Gallery, St. Ives
Tomboy Films, London 
Member of the Newlyn Society of Artists
Associate Lecturer in Film and Moving Image at Falmouth University

Author of the Silent Landscape Dancing Grain 13 Film Manifesto which promotes the practical and aesthetic benefits of handmade celluloid film work