Born on his family’s farm in Soyland, West Yorkshire (United-Kingdom), he studied at Rose Bruford College. He then worked extensively in theatre, film, and television as an actor. In 2012, he made his directing debut with the short film The Farmer’s Wife. Five years later, his feature debut God’s Own Country won many awards, such as Best Director Prize at the Sundance Film Festival and the Teddy Award at the Berlinale. Ammonite is his second film.
2020 Ammonite 2017 Seule la terre God’s Own Country