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The Past.

1994: Born in London, coincidentally the same year as his favourite film was released. Pulp Fiction. 

2000s: Grew up watching friends & LOST. Travelled to South East Asia teaching english & learnt how to eat using chopsticks. 

2014: Attended Bristol University to study Law & find Banksy. 

2016: Graduated from Bristol University indifferent to Law. Never found Banksy. Decided to make his first short film 'The Inquiry'.

2017: Accepted to study Masters in Filmmaking at The London Film School. Founded his company SeaWhisker Films. 

2019: Produced a dozen short films shooting in France, Portugal, the US, Canada & UK. Graduated as a Director & Producer. Joined Head & Wrecker. Started working at Disney.

2020: Covid. Released from Disney. Wrote his first feature. 

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The Present.

Julien currently produces music videos for Head & Wrecker working with labels such as Sony EMI, Dirty Hit, Chess Club & LAB. Despite not knowing who the 1975 were, Julien has worked with an abundant repertoire of indie artists including Pale Waves, Oscar Lang, Beaux South, Vistas & Bloxx. 

His latest short film 'The Lost Scot' won multiple awards in the festival circuit including Best Short Film from the Oscar qualifying 17th In The Palace Film Festival as well as 2020s Craghopper student award. The film has been viewed over 200,000 times via the Academy & Bafta platform Omeleto as is currently streaming on Broadcast TV via the My5 App.  


In the summer of 2020 Julien adapted his short film into a feature film, writing a 1st draft. As with all 1st drafts he has locked it into a draw, to reopen in the future. He is collaborating with the producer Karina Michel Feld of Tallulhah Films in developing the project. She cannot find the key to the draw. He was later contacted by Authority Magazine who labelled him as a 'Rising Star' filmmaker. 

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The Future. 

Julien is currently developing a narrative branch for Head & Wrecker as they look to diversify their portfolio of work

He is developing a short film for the producer Fiona Williams, a patron of the BFI. 

Next year, he hopes festivals can begin re-opening so that filmmakers can meet and connect. 

Should Covid not go away he plans on moving to Bermuda to start a sailing company for filmmakers and pirates.

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