From his multiple award-winning student dance film, to dark comedies and dramas, Geoffrey has worked in various styles and genres exploring specific themes he is interested in. His Film London funded film CLOSE, premiered at the 57th BFI London Film Festival.
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Geoffrey also pursues his curiosity of people and subject matters and has delved into documentaries. In 2017 he made several short documentaries including ‘Illness and Anarchy’ about a mans battle with chronic pain and his alter ego, Barry the Badger. In 2015 he made ‘Into The Red’, a quirky insight into the world’s largest Ginger festival.
He is currently working as a freelance director and creative producer, in brand, charity and music videos, as well as documentaries and fiction. In addition to this, he also edits and shoots. Recent clients include Somerset House, Yahoo and Paramount Pictures. Sony Music, Universal and NSPCC.
Development of his first feature script is well under way, and as well as the making of other shorts.
Paramount pictures and Yahoo.
Marks and Spencers
Médecins Sans Frontières
Pervasive Media studios
European Capital Culture (Guirmaraes,Portugal)
Bristol Old Vic
Festivals & Screenings
– Krakow Film Festival
– BFI London Film Festival
– London Short Film Festival
– JeresyRushes Soho Shorts
– São Paulo Film Festival
– Encounters International Short Film Festival
– Branchage Festival
– JeresyLandshutter Film Festival
– JeresyRegensburgh Short Film Festival
– JeresyCairo Independent Film festival
– JeresyEdinburgh Fringe Festival
– JeresyEnd Of The Pier International Film Festival
– JeresyMoves International Dance Film Festival
Awards & Recognition
– Vimeo Staff Pick award
Extended Theatre Project 2009
– Winner: Live event Category, Media innovation Awards 2009
– Royal Television Society: Winner of Regional (South West) Film Award, March 2008
– Nahemi Winner, Creative Film Maker Award & Cinematography Award, Nov 2007
– Motion Plymouth, Best Short Film Fiction Category Award, Nov 2007
– Vividas.com and Pinewood Studio Winner, Best Film Award, June 2007
My Grandma 2004
– Firstlight Movies / UK Film Council Awards 2005 ‘Voted Best Film of 2004. February 2005