All work and no play makes... me want to direct some more... then edit it, add some visual FX maybe, do the grading, force myself to try and mix the audio properly, then stick it up here on my website for everyone to see. Yep, that's me.
I've been making short films, music videos, documentaries and more for over 15 years now. It's all been kinda small time, it's been a hobby more than anything, but now I want it to be more than that. It needs to be more than that. I don't want to read all arrogant, but for me it REALLY needs to be more than that.
I just simply love directing. I love directing, I love shooting, I love editing and I just want it to be what I do 24/7. So I've set up this website to house a portfolio of my work and a blog that will keep any readers up to date on the projects I'm working on and all kinds of things I wanna talk about... go check it out at
Most of all I want you to see and hopefully enjoy my work... and hey, if you wanna offer me a job, I'd be down with that...
The Very Big Problem
Film (short) (Comedy) Director / Writer / Editor / Visual FX Jim Jackson works the night shift at The Very Big Array, a radio telescope installation in the New Mexico desert. Whilst running a routine visual check on a solar flare, Jackson stumbles into an unexpected situation only he can handle… because he has no other choice.
Film (short) by A De Castro Production (Comedy and Documentary) Director / Writer / Editor / Graphics A 3 minute mockumentary in the style of a Jacques Cousteau nature film, in the which an adventurer goes in search of a mythical animal deep in the scrub lands of Namibia.
Man Or Myth
Film (short) by BOSSfilm Director / Writer - Co-Editor
Film (short) by BOSSfilm (Comedy and Sci-Fi) Director / Writer / Editor / Visual FX A short film concerning the consequences of looking for water on the moon! On the 9th October 2009, NASA fires a projectile at the Moon in a scientific experiment that could change our understanding of our place in the universe. The results? Unexpectedâ�¦
Film (short) by BOSSfilm (Comedy and Drama) Director / Writer / Editor / Visual FX HAPPY HOUR is a Liverpudlian black comedy. It’s story centers on a young man who awakes to discover he has accidentally brought about world peace… bringing about apocalyptic consequences! Climbing out of bed one morning, Charlie (failing to win his fight against a particularly harsh hangover) stumbles his way outside only to discover a huge crowd gathered about his apartment building. Unwilling to even bother trying to make his way through the crowd, Charlie darts into a local bar to cure his hangover with more booze! There he meets Harvey, a local barfly who has some important and world-ending news for Charlie. As Charlie, Harvey and the landlady of the bar try to solve the problem of reversing world peace, the skies outside begin to grow dark…
Leafspring - The Last Gambados
Music by BOSSfilm (Music) Director A music video for Liverpool-based musical outfit The Last Gambados, in which a man (James William Watts) has a particularly bad day…
Film (short) by BOSSfilm (Comedy and Documentary) Director / Editor A follow-up to mockumentary Gazing Back, in which the same actors play different characters in this intentionally ‘difficult’ interview with minimalist composer Jon Pop…
Film (short) by BOSSfilm Director / Editor
Music by A De Castro Production Director / Writer / Editor / Co-Knitter
City Of The Undead (TRAILER)
Video by Giganticorp Director / Co-Writer / Editor / Graphics
The Invasion Of The Horror Monsters From Beyond
Film (short) by Giganticorp Director / Co-Writer / Editor / Visual FX
Making A Return To Monster Island
Film (short) (Comedy, Documentary and Sci-Fi) Director / Co-Writer / Editor / Visual FX A mockumentary detailing the untold story of how the sequel to the biggest block-busting movie of all time, never came to be… It became the biggest grossing movie of all time and remained in the hearts of movie-goers for the decades to come. In the summer of 1993, ‘Destroy All Monsters’ battled it out in a head-to-head with ‘Jurassic park’ for the summer cinema-going audience and won by a landslide, outdoing the latter’s profits by 4 to 1! It was huge! ‘Titanic’ never came close to how big this movie was! ‘Avatar’? Give me a break! ‘Destroy All Monsters’ was a monster movie like no other. It’s epic scale, it’s endearing characters, it’s classically interwoven plot of good versus evil struck a chord with audiences worldwide and made it the most memorable film of the 1990′s. Inevitably, a sequel was not too far away. However, reuniting the cast and crew on a film with three times the budget of the original, a script in disarray and 67 executive producers was never going to be an easy task. Everyone wanted a piece of the property… ‘Return To Monster Island’ combines recently filmed interviews (with all the principal members of the cast and crew) and archival material shot during the unseen sequel’s production to finally answer the question… what the hell happened on this never-to-be-seen movie?
The Zombie From Beyond Outer Space
Film (short) by Giganticorp Co-Director / Co-Writer / Editor / Visual FX
Destroy All Monsters
Film (short) Director / Writer / Editor / Visual FX
The National Man
Film (short) Director / Writer