My passion started 20 years ago when I became a student at the the Miskin Theatre college Kent UK, where I studied performing arts for 3 years achieving my national diploma certificate.
Upon leaving I went straight into the TV world, featuring on many shows as a supporting artist, such as The Bill, Eastenders, spooks, Law and order, Lee Nelsons Well good show, Misfits, The Tunnel, The Fades .... and many more, I also featured in a music video, Welcome to Dartford which aired on Sky music channel and was produced by 'Grime daily'.
Whilst working on varies sets, I realised my passion for film making and script writing, I became a concept developer and screenwriter over 15 years. Whilst working on a TV show I pitched an idea to a producer and it was him who said "Write a script", At that time i had no idea how to write a script and it too me a few months to 'teach' myself on how to format and structure a film screenplay.
After a year had passed I had created 5 Film scripts, 2 reality show scripts and constructed my own portfolio.
My film script was optioned 3 times over the course of 3 years but my knowledge of the industry itself needed to be updated and after 2 of my concepts where made without my knowledge, I decided that it was time to get a degree to expand my skills and become a film maker.
So at present I am in my 2nd year at the university for the creative arts, achieving my BA (hons) degree in television production.
Topics I have covered:
Script to screen, news, documentary, fictional adaptation, directing, producing and live tv.
Whilst I am a student I am activity networking and recently have been working with filmmakers in the UK and LA, helping to promote them and their work.
I am also promoting my TV series that I wrote 4 years ago, I have had major interest from major actors to be apart of it already within the last 3 months.
My family, friends and the industry is my life, I would not change that for the world.
Dreams are gods way of showing you his plans" 'Madame CJ Walker' 1895
Vision Mixing on 'live' studio photo by Katthaliya Cahalane 2020
Whilst at the University I have also had the opportunity to work on shows such as Take me out and Supermarket sweep.
I have also had the pleasure of working with Eastenders actor Tony Discipline (Tyler Moon) on my Directions unit, this is where I recreated a scene from the Hurt locker - originally directed by Kathryn Bigelow.
(See Link below the picture on the left)
I am currently promoting artist and filmmaker's on the website consortpr.com/ .
The way this works:
Send me an email with a link to your website or social pages, tell me what you would like to go on the site, I will then write a press release for you.
All photo sent must be copyright free.
For more information on the consortpr service please visit the webpage.