I work to create projects that are entertaining. I am my own target audience - if I like it, then I know other people will too. 2 feature films currently in development.
Highly skilled and experienced as a professional actor, as well as producer. Experience of editing sound and video.
Unique traits: Marginally outrageous, with impeccable comic timing. Intuitive and supportive, artistic and eccentric. Affinity with animals and the ability to move like a glorious gazelle.
Happy Little Bunnies
How to Make a Film for Nothing (and Other Useful Information for Wasters)
Film (Documentary) Producer A "How To" documentary, aimed at film makers and anyone who enjoyed Patrick McConnell's debut feature film "How Not To Work And Claim Benefits".He talks about his process as a Writer/Director and how he went about making his movie, from the writing process to the production aspects. It also includes examples of early work, including his short films "Acting Grown Up" and "The Commission". Written by Lynne Payne
Operation Perfect Teaset presents Naughty Naughty
How Not to Work & Claim Benefits: (and Other Useful Information for Wasters)
and Other Useful Information for Waster Producer
Inside the Clock
Film (Drama) Producer Inside the clock is a coming of age drama/thriller film produced by Birmingham's award winning independent production house Rotten Park Road. The story embarks upon two teenage friends Max & Jack who are every day lads from Northern England trying to make a little bit extra money so being selling Cocaine for a local drug lord Frankie. Upon their first sell, Jack gets really drunk & stupidly decides to hide 10 grams of cocaine in an old alarm clock then misplaces it without realising until its too late. Their quest is to find the drugs before Frankie finds out they went missing otherwise their easy get rich schemes & livelihood are in ruins. But will their search bring them what they set out to find or even more complications?
Acting Grown Up
Film (Short, Comedy and Drama) Producer Meet Jim. He's like a child in a grown man's body. Meet Sarah. She looks after Jim. He doesn't make it easy.
Film by Rotten Park Road (Comedy and Short) Producer A pair of Northern film makers, whose interests don't stretch above beer and TV, receive a telephone call from a famous artist, asking them to make a short film about dance and art. With little knowledge or interest in both dance and art, the pair head to the capital city for inspiration, still struggling for ideas. By luck and endeavour, they film some material and end up with a meditation on film making, dance, music and art.