Louis-Jack is an award-winning artist / filmmaker based in London. His BFI-funded short film PETRICHOR starring Paul Kaye and Clive Russell is currently touring film festivals. It was one of four nominations for Best British Film at the Norwich Film Festival, won Best Film at Indie Shorts Seoul (Korea) and was part of the official selection at the Manchester Film Festival.
His underwater dance film SINK OR SWIM starring Francesca Hayward premiered on NOWNESS and has since gone on to receive national TV and radio coverage and screenings in cinemas worldwide. It was made with the support of the charity Mind, Arts Council England and The Royal Opera House and screened in front of huge crowds in Trafalgar Square.
Louis-Jack was selected as a Film London Lodestar in 2019 and for FLAMIN / Film London's New Approaches 2017-2018. In 2016 Louis-Jack was an Associate of Open School East and winner of the New Faces Prize at the Japan Media Arts Festival.
His films have been shown in exhibitions and various film festivals including, London Short Film Festival at the ICA, BP Big Screen Trafalgar Square, The National Art Centre Tokyo, The Royal Opera House, the Arsenale of Venice, Newlyn Art Gallery, Modern Art Oxford and UCL Art Museum.
When he's not making films, you'll find Louis-Jack in the mountains bouldering or ski touring.