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Confidential: Voice-over direction. Confidential Client. December 2012 - February 2013.

DNA Explainer: Voice-over direction. Territory and BBC. February 2013.

Shell : Voice-over direction. Territory and Shell. February 2013.

Need for Speed : Most Wanted: Voice-over direction and production. Criterion. November 2011 - September 2012.

Pilot Brothers : Voice direction and production. G5

WRC: Voice-over direction. Milestone. May 2010.

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Cutscene storyboard direction, motion capture direction at Centroid, Pinewood, co--direction of voice overs. Electronic Arts. July 2009 - present

Risen : Lead Writer coordinating a group of three writers. Large scale rewrite and narrative overhaul for English version. Voice Director. Piranha Bytes/Deep Silver. February 2009 – July 2009

Dirk Dagger and the Nuclear Zeppelin: Voice over direction for ingame dialogue and marketing material Jadestone:Nokia. October 2008 – February 2009

Prince of Persia: Narrative director. Roles included co-ordinating the story team, casting and directing the Motion Capture shoot, overseeing voice recordings and voice direction in Los.Angeles. and Montreal, camera direction for cutscenes and scripted events. Narrative and speech design. Writing. Won the Writers’ Guild of Great Britain Videogames Writing Award November 2009. Narrative Director - writer,. Ubisoft Montreal. October 07 – October 08.

Halo 3: Voice Over director for Jonathan Ross’s marine insert. Bungie, SIDE, June 2007.

Medieval II :Total War : Voice direction for Side, Creative Assembly and SEGA. March–July 2006

Whirlwind of Vietnam : Localisation, casting, production, voice over direction. G5 software. April-May 2006

X3 : Reunion : Story, mission design, and ingame dialogue. Casting, production and voice direction. Egosoft. August 2004 – September 2005.
 
Etrom : Dialogue, editing. Casting, production and voice director P.M. Studios. September 2005

Whirlwind of Vietnam : Localisation and rewrite on FPP. Casting, production and voice direction for G5 software. April 2005 – May 2005

 
Television Credits
The Morning After : One off comedy, Hell or High Water Productions for Diamond cable. 1995

Goldilocks the Trial : One off comedy, Hell or High Water Productions for Diamond cable. 1995

Theatre Credits
A Midsummer Night’s Dreaming : A new ½ hour One-Act play based upon ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’. Written and produced for a tour by Hell or High Water Theatre undertaken in July 1997.

Where the Ideas Are / Faerie (Andrew S. Walsh) : Hell or High Water Company, performed at the Ben Kingsley Theatre, Salford, February 1997.

Loom! - The Musical (Andrew S. Walsh) : Eccles College in December 1997.

The Royal Exchange : Work as a director/workshop leader in a number of capacities including :-

Young Exchange, Salford : A series of five workshops in the Salford region (a new venture for the education department). I was to find a suitable venue and then conduct the workshops along my own lines, but with the set topic of 'a good night out. The course ran working with 22 15-17 year olds and involved a wide-range of improvisational work culminating in a presentation in the final week.

First Stage : A series of workshops for the 7-12 year olds.

Trafford Playdays : A tour of six primary schools in Trafford with a one day workshop at each. This involved work with classes of up to 38 children of upper primary school age. In the day a series of drama skills were practised culminating in a polished improvisation ('Echango') which was presented to the rest of the school.

Five Bites Over Lunch (Andrew S. Walsh) : Produced for the opening of the Ben Kingsley Theatre September 1996, produced in two weeks taking 17 new G.N.V.Q. students through to a performance in front of the national press and television, Ben Kingsley and local dignities.

The Royal Exchange Summer School
: A series of workshops as part of the Royal Exchange Education Department's Summer School 1996.

Eccles College Roadshow III (Various) : 1996. Produced and directed for Eccles College, Salford. The production toured secondary schools in Salford and in Manchester playing to audiences of up to 120 at each venue. The shows involved scripted pieces and improvisation.

The Morning After (Andrew S. Walsh) : 1995 Cable 7. Following the success of 'Goldilocks - the Trial' I was asked to produce a second 1/2 hour sitcom. This was broadcast in early 1996.

The Victorian Project (Various) : 1995. A series of extracts from Victorian Literature and drama directed and produced for Leicester University's Arts Faculty. Initial extracts were supplied by the faculty and then staged for presentation at the 'Victorian's and Race' Conference 1995.

Goldilocks - The Trial (Andrew S. Walsh) : Produced in 1995 for Cable 7 (Diamond Cable). 'Goldilocks' was a half hour comedy programme filmed in February 1995 and broadcast in June 1995.

Luv Story (Andrew S. Walsh) : Produced in the Attenborough Theatre in 1995, a mixture of theatre and film.

Faerie (Andrew S. Walsh) : A production of the original drafting of Faerie was produced in the Attenborough Theatre in 1994.

Summoning Canananza (Andrew S. Walsh) : 1994 Co-directed for the Chaincourt Theatre Company, Frankfurt-am-Main which received good critical notice from the Frankfurter Rundschau.

Dancing at Lughnasa (Brian Friel) : 1994 Assistant Director and lighting designer with the Chaincourt Theatre Company, Frankurt-am-Main.

The Importance of Being Earnest (Oscar Wilde) : 1994 Directed for the Chaincourt Theatre Company Frankfurt-am-Main. Received good reviews from the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung and Frankfurter Rundschau.

Virginia (Edna O’Brien): 1993 Assistant Director with the Chaincourt Theatre Company, Frankfurt-am-Main.

Knocking on Heaven's Door (Andrew S. Walsh) :1993 Produced and directed for Leicester University Theatre.

Blithe Spirit (Noel Coward) : 1993 Assistant director with Leicester University Theatre.

Eccles College Roadshow II (Various) : 1992 Produced and directed for Eccles College, Salford. The production toured secondary schools in Salford and in Manchester playing to audiences of up to 120 at each venue. The shows involved scripted pieces and improvisation.

Living Together (Alan Ayckbourn) : 1992 Produced and directed for Leicester University Theatre.

Eccles College Roadshow (Various) : 1991 Produced and directed for Eccles College, Salford. The production toured secondary schools in Salford and in Manchester playing to audiences of up to 120 at each venue. The shows involved scripted pieces and improvisation.

Other Relevant Experience
The Ghosts we see – Research, script structure, format ideas for a television documentary series – Screen Partners. August 2001 – January 2002.

Additional Courses : Dov Simens Film School, Hands on Directing - Patrick Tucker; Directing for the Big Screen - Simon Hunter.

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