Adrian is a drama director and documentary maker based in London. His first feature film, ‘Redistributors' won a UK National Film Award and screens on Sony Movies in the UK. It received awards at the Mexico and Colorado festivals and selection at the East End Film Festival, Carmel, Swedish, Long Island, Wales and Cordoba festivals. Adrian was also nominated for Best Director at the Madrid International Film Festival. Click here for a trailer.
His recently completed documentary 'Burnout' featuring George Monbiot is available for TV broadcast. Sales are with TVF International.
Adrian has directed many hours of on-line content for charities and brands and begun his career as a TV editor on primetime shows such as Watchdog and Home Front and drama documentaries.
His short film 'Trading Licks' was completed in 2013 and stars Roger Allam and Justin Edwards. It was selected for The Bahamas, Newport Beach and London Short film festivals and a broadcast internationally.
In 2012 Adrian wrote and directed ‘Workhorse’ which won Best Drama at the Fifteen Minutes Film festival in Florida and an Award of Merit for the Accolade Film festival as well as screening at many other festivals. It is currently still on TV in Turkey, France and the USA.
A feature documentary about the origins and future of our work/life balance and the consequences for human health and our planet. Featuring George Monbiot, Douglas Rushkoff and many others. Available as a TV 52 minutes and feature length.
A selection of recent work
"Has you on the edge of your seat" - Alexandria Film Festival
"A great ride" DC Shorts Film Festival
BEST DRAMA – Fifteen Minutes Film Festival
Starring Roger Allam from TV's Endevour and Justin Edwards from The Thick of It and W1A. The story of a famous guitarist with stage fright, who is threatened by an obsessive fan.
A short film sponsored by Sony, showcasing the new FS700 camera, featuring Olivia Vinall.
An 82 minute thriller currently screening around the world.
The cast includes Jeff Rawle (Harry Potter, Drop the Dead Donkey, Alastair McKenzie (Monarch of the Glen) and Tim Bentinck (David Archer).