In 2008 after winning the Motorola film competition ‘DirectorMe’ with ‘Brotherly Love’, ‘Empire’ the world’s leading film magazine, reviewed the short and asked: ‘Is this the next Scorsese?’ Soon after this, Beau founded Ki Films as a platform for fresh innovative projects which has gone on to produce multi-award-winning short films, and music videos for international artists such as Agnetha Fältskog (ABBA), Mick Hucknall, Tori Amos and Chinese superstar Karen Mok.
With a background in action, Beau’s work often involves cleverly choreographed movement that interweaves visual narrative and characters’ journeys, whether it’s intricate fight scenes, stunning dance, or solely the composition of camera movement.
In 2017, Beau made a name for himself following the success of his 47-time award-winning action short film ‘Express Delivery’ that he wrote, directed and starred in. Soon after this, the LA Film Awards named him ‘One of the Top 30 Filmmakers to Follow’. Beau went on to win Best Screenplay for his feature script ‘3 Days of Dark’ in 2019 at the Birmingham Film Festival, and his recent short film RED that he wrote and starred in has currently won a staggering 70 awards as it makes its way across the festival circuit.
Beau currently has a slate of feature films and TV projects in various stages of development.