Film & TV
I have worked on numerous productions such as 47 Ronin (2013), 24 (2015), Dr Strange (2016). I have worked as an actor as well as a fight coordinator for various projects also, such as Astaroth (2020) with director James Wakenell. I have also worked on numerous short films, which have gone on to win awards in festivals, more recently with director, Daryn Castle. In addition to the performance side of things, I have taught at colleges and universities such as City of Oxford College, Oxford Brookes University and SAE Institute to deliver lectures on fight choreography as a guest lecturer.
I have also worked on Silent Witness (2018), Eastenders (2018), the Brit Awards (2016), Gangs of London 2 (2021) and was a contestant on Take Me Out (Series 8 Episode 9) as 'Jon from Oxford' and even made the front cover of the Oxford Mail. More recently, I worked on the new Fast and Furious spin off, Hobbs and Shaw (2019) , as well as Guy Ritchie's The Gentlemen (2020). I have also worked on The Complex Interactive (2020), which is an interactive movie. More recently during the pandemic, I have been fortunate to work on a short for CBBC snaps, called The Wonton Warrior (2021) as well as a Netflix production called Havoc (2022) in addition to independent features such as Exiled: The Chosen Ones (2021) and Rupture (2022) directed by Ranjeet S Marwa. I have also worked on a Bollywood film called Ganapath (2022) starring Tiger Shroff and Kriti Sanon.
During the summer of 2020, I also helped to train actors and choreograph fight scenes for their showreels; click here to see an example. Additionally as of 2021, I also became a regular guest tutor at Stepping Stones Performing Arts.
In addition to this, I have also been working as a producer for other independent projects, such as One Way Out and At the End of the Road (2020) with multi-award winning director Govind Chandran, which has done exceptionally well on the festival circuit, winning 2 awards.
As of 2022, I am excited to announce that I will be joining the cast of 'The Brothers Sun' series, starring Michelle Yeoh, created by Byron Wu and Brad Falchuk, directed by Kevin Tancharoen, heading to Netflix in 2023!