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Linda - Short Film

A short film I wrote and directed starring Janice Connolly about a woman who tells tall tales at her job in a post office.

Selected for BAFTA and BIFA qualifying festivals, including Raindance 2023 (London), HollyShorts 2023 (LA), Newport Beach Festival (LA), Flickerfest 2024 (Sydney), Flatpack Festival 2023 (Birmingham), Just For Laughs Eat My Shorts 2023 (Montreal), Bolton International Film Festival 2023, North East International Film Festival 2023, The Shortest Nights 2023 and more.

Available to stream on Vimeo here.


Ray - Short Film

A daft short film I wrote and directed in Birmingham starring William Douglas as a man who develops a completely shit superpower.

The film premiered at Birmingham’s Flatpack Festival in May 2022.

SELECTED: Bolton International Film Festival 2022

SELECTED: 16th British Shorts Film Festival Berlin 2023

SELECTED: Over The Fence & A World Of Dark Comedy Film Festival in Perth 2023.


Gary Lineker - Animation

An acrylic gouache painting which I turned into a short animation showing me drinking a crisp, cold beer in a pool in Los Angeles while Gary Lineker looks on in disgust.


Katy J Pearson - Miracle

A music video I directed for 'Miracle', a track from Katy J Pearson's magnificent album 'Return'.


little sammy sloth

My pitch for the John Lewis Christmas advert 2021.


Litany - Uh-Huh

My music video directorial debut. I’ve been a huge fan of Litany for years so it was a great honour to collaborate on this pink power party for the absolute banger ‘Uh-Huh’. Also I’m a backing dancer in it lol.

WINNER: Best Comedy Music Video Munich Music Video Awards 2021.

SILVER SCREENINGS SELECTION: Berlin Music Video Awards 2021.

The song is available wherever you get your songs.



A silly little film I made in lockdown starring Lucy Kane and Adam Langstaff.


A Painting

Inspired in part by the profound and beautiful film ‘A Portrait of a Lady on Fire’, this short is a deep exploration into the process of the artist, dissecting society around them and reforming it onto canvas. Spinning magic in the mundane and transforming the bleak. Or, it was just Joe fucking about with his camera in lockdown — you decide.