Simon is a British director that has been making films since he first picked up the family video camera in his early teens. He began his career in a range of on-set roles, such as production and video assistant, self-shooting camera operator and finally going on to become a freelance editor, for the likes of the BBC, Animal Planet & National Geographic. He had the opportunity to direct his first feature SHANK in 2008, a gritty, coming of age drama set in his hometown of Bristol. The film went on to play in over 60 film festivals around the world and was released on DVD in the UK and US in 2009. In 2015 his second feature was released, "Judas Ghost", a supernatural horror filmed in a single location and written by New York Times best-selling author Simon R. Green. He continues to develop short and feature length titles, with a focus on commercial, genre projects.