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He has created several award winning short drama, animation and documentaries:
- Drvce od kibrit (Matchstick) (2009)
- Ephemeral (2008)
- The Prodigal Son (2006)
- In the Middle (2005)
- But What About the Revolutionary George Pocket? (2005)
- Broken (2003)
He worked in theatrical and DVD distribution at Village Roadshow during the release of The Matrix and The Lord of the Rings film trilogy. He produced the NSW FTO-funded 35mm short drama In the Middle and has produced and directed various other privately-funded short film projects, including Broken and But What About the Revolutionary George Pocket?
In 2006, he completed a three-year project entitled The Prodigal Son, which he wrote and directed and was produced by Tom Zubrycki. A television documentary for SBS, it was funded by SBS Independent, the Australian Film Commission and the NSW Film and Television Office, and won for Best Short Documentary at the 2006 IF Awards and Most Popular Film at the Flickerfest International Short Film Festival in 2006. His films have screened nationally and internationally at festivals such as the Sydney Film Festival, Flickerfest International Short Film, Newfest: New York Gay & Lesbian Film Festival and Outfest: Stuttgart Festival of Animated Film, SIGGRAPH Animation Festival, Los Angeles Gay & Lesbian Film Festival, picking up awards and special commendations. In 2008, he completed work on the Australian Film Commission-funded short animation Ephemeral, which he wrote and directed/produced with Jongsu Oh. It screened at the 2008 Dendy Awards as part of the Sydney Film Festival and won Most Innovative film. It was a finalist in the Best Animation category at the 2008 ATOM Awards. Ephemeral won Best Sound Post Production and was nominated for Best Short Animation at the St Kilda Film Festival 2009.
He is in development for longer form drama, animation and documentary projects and teaches in the film departments of the University of Notre Dame Australia, Macquarie University and Sydney Film School.
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