Beau has written countless screenplays for festival-selected short films - several of which have won awards, and has a slate of feature scripts in development. He also writes treatments for music promos, most notably working with Universal Music Group and Warner Music for international artists such as; Agnetha Faltskog (ABBA), Mick Hucknall (Simply Red), and Tori Amos.
Beau’s films have been screened in international festivals around the world including Cannes, Beijing, Italy, France, UK, and New York but to name a few. He has won a couple of awards for best film, and was honored to make it into the world’s leading Film Magazine ‘Empire’ in 2008 when they asked ‘Is this the next Scorsese’!
With a martial arts background of over 28 years, Beau naturally found his niche in action which has lead him to action direct and choreograph fight scenes in numerous projects, many of which have won awards. He’s also worked across a variety of genres and platforms from Comedy in the web series ‘Knighthood & Decoy’ and award winning short ’Domestics’, to the hard hitting and stylized sci-fi Thriller ‘Narcopolis’ starring Elliot Cowan and Jonathan Pryce.
Beau has a slate of feature films in development. At the helm is the Supernatural Revenge Thriller ‘3 Days of Dark’. Set in the criminal underworld, this film noir-esque tale of loss and vengeance mixes a healthy dose of action, suspense, and redemption.
Beau's proof-of-concept short film Chameleon, produced by Ki Films and Power Media ltd has just completed its successful festival run. Having won two awards at the YFiFF in Belfast, Picked up Best Director at the Focus International Film Festival Winter 2015 as well as Nominated for 7 awards including Best Short and Best story, and coming runner up for two awards at the Sandbar International Film Awards, it is now live and ready to view here. Alternatively, enjoy the Teaser Trailer.
Also on the cards is the action comedy ‘Sticks & Stones’, the gritty thriller ‘Killing Grace’ and the darkly comic romantic Vampire Actioner ‘Stakes’ but to name a few.