— Filmmaker, Creative and Director — Play showreel

Paris - Shot on Xiaomi

The Coast - Shot on Xiaomi

Mountains - Shot on Xiaomi

The Future of Communication

Re-think Retirement

BMW Concept 8 Series

UEFA Mascots

The Bill Beaumont Letter

MINI Stories - Bees of Battle Abbey

Irish Seafood

RFU & IBM - Personality Quiz Social Edit 1

MINI Countryman Plug-in Hybrid

Peugeot Tennis Club: Speed

Vodafone Jargon Busting: "Cloud Communication"

Peugeot Ident 2

Peugeot Tennis Club: Introductions

Peugeot Ident 1

Peugeot Tennis Club: Volleying

Oncology Together

MINI Stories - Dover Castle

Peugeot Ident 4

Diabetes Done Different

Rookie to Rider

Karl Phillips and the Rejects - Plastic Gangsta’

Who Are We?

The Perfect Movie Night

Irish Boxty

Vodafone Jargon Busting: "Forking"

RFU & IBM - Personality Quiz Social Edit 2

Beer Guerilla

Skoda Finance

Steinway and Sons - Restorations (2010)

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Shall we break some Ice?...

I’ve been in a quandary. I’m supposed to use this section to big myself up, boast about my career and sell myself to you, but I’ve never been very comfortable with self promotion. I prefer to let my work speak for me, but that won’t give you an idea of who I am. See? Tricky.

I pondered over this for a few days before finding a solution: I passed ‘the life and career of Darren Suffolk’ to a few friends in hopes they’d be more comfortable with it than me. I wasn’t sure what I’d get back, but I think the strongest (and by that, I mean ‘funniest’) response was:

“Great hair, sick skillz, hot wife, tiny dog” (thanks, Jen).

After deliberation, I decided as solid as this summarisation was, you might need a bit more. As a footnote to Jennifer’s carefully considered copy, the most important thing is that I have worked hard to do what I love. I’m a Creative Director and apparently have “sick skillz” in that arena. If you like what you’ve seen on my website and you want to make use of said skills in any way, don’t hesitate to get in touch for a chat.

And I really do have a tiny dog; that isn’t a euphemism.

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