ABOUT ME

I’m a Storyboard Artist with 12+ years of experience in the animation industry. In 2018, I was nominated for an Emile Award  for ‘Best Storyboarding’ as part of ‘Early Man’ film story team.

Recently, I have been HEAD OF STORY for the Aardman/Netflix project ‘ROBIN ROBIN’ (Coming out in Nov 2021). In the past, I’ve worked in several feature films and TV series and I was STORYBOARD SUPERVISOR for the series Jelly Jamm Season 2 (2013).

Projects I’ve worked on include:

Feature films:

  • CHIKEN RUN 2 (in production)

  • SHAUN THE SHEEP 2: FARMAGEDDON (2020) (Oscar nominated 2021)

  • EARLY MAN (2018) (7 Annie nominations 2019)

  • SHAUN THE SHEEP Movie (2015) (Oscar nominated 2016)

TV specials:

  • ROBIN ROBIN (Coming out - Nov 2021) (HEAD OF STORY)

  • THE FARMER’S LAMAS: Shaun The sheep (2015) (Emmy Award 2016)

TV shows:

  • SHAUN THE SHEEP Season 6 (2019)

  • SHAUN THE SHEEP Season 4 (2014) (Bafta Winner 2015)

  • JELLY JAMM (2013) Season 2 (STORYBOARD SUPERVISOR)

  • JELLY JAMM (2012) Season 1 

  • POCOYO (2007) (Bafta Winner 2007)

Personal shortfilms:

  • DANIEL’S JOURNEY (2009) (17 awards, 76 festival selections)

  • ABOUT SOFIA (2005) (7 awards, 50 festival selections)

  • MY GRANDMOTHER (2004) (3 awards, 27 festival selections)

  • THE FAMILY (2002) (2 awards, 18 festival selections)

Commercials:

  • DFS – Wallace & Gromit ‘Grand Comfort Sale’

  • DFS – Wallace & Gromit ‘A Christmas Carol’

  • JET-PUFFED – The Fluffy Side of Life

  • CHOCAPIC – Et PAF

  • HAVAS – MOD

  • DUBAI - Red Knuckles 

These personal films were selected in festivals throughout the world including Annecy Int. Animation Festival (FRANCE), Ottawa Int. Animation Festival (CANADA), Chicago Int. Children Film Festival (USA), and Huesca Int. Shortfilm festival (SPAIN).

Also, In 2005 I gained a ‘MA in Animation’ at the Royal College of Art in London. As for the future, I’m also occupied in what I feel is my true passion: scriptwriting and directing for animation. I have several ideas I'm developing in the hope that some day they will become feature films.