Andrew Gunn is an award-winning director who has worked on some of the most popular British television of recent years. His diverse work encompasses drama, comedy, youth and commercials.
He began his career writing and directing short films, for which he received several awards. His broadcast credits the cult sit-com Green Wing starring Stephen Mangan and Tamsin Greig, the Emmy-winning Life On Mars starring John Simm and Philip Glenister.
Andrew directed the feature-length adaptation of David Almond's award-winning children's novel Clay for the BBC, starring Academy Award nominee and BAFTA winner Imelda Staunton.
For Matt Smith's first outing as Doctor Who, Academy Award nominee Sophie Okonedo joined Andrew in one of two gripping and critically praised episodes. Audience favourite Victory of the Daleks made British television history with the inception of the brand-new über Daleks.
Andrew's series credits include the BBC’s post-apocalyptic thriller Survivors starring Max Beesley, Cape Wrath starring David Morrissey for Channel Four and Showtime, and the popular action-adventure Primeval.
He is writing and developing several feature film and TV drama projects.
The Caravan Trilogy
Film (short) by Independent Director/Producer
Drama by CBBC Director
Drama by BBC Wales Director
Drama by BBC Director
Drama by Impossible Pictures for ITV Director
Life on Mars
Drama by Kudos for BBC Director
Royal Television Society Commendation (Short Film "Half a Shave")
Certificate of Merit Chicago International Film Festival (Short Film "Half a Shave")
Royal Television Society Commendation (Short Film "Cafe au Lait")