- Born in 1973 on the Mediterranean island of Malta.
- Trained on international film sets from the age of 16.
- First screen credit was at 17 on the German film Der Skipper (US title: Bloody Atlantic).
- At 17 wrote and produced for the national radio & TV station (PBS) and at 18 produced a TV documentary series "Close Up" about the film industry.
- At 21 became the Malta production manager of the Finnish-UK feature Merisairas (1996).
- At 22 joined a fledging TV station (C12) as a full-time producer.
- At 24 won the MBA Best Documentary Award for the first international European co-production with Malta, A Gentleman from Malta, directed MTV's first Flemish music video Laat Me Maar, performed by Sammy Bruggeman and created government reports Malta to set up a Film Commission, which were fully implemented two years later.
- At 25 was appointed by Catalyst Entertainment of Toronto to head the marketing and production departments of the world-renowned water SFX facility, Mediterranean Film Studios. New company policies helped lead it into its busiest times since its founding in 1964.
- At 26 was appointed by the Maltese government on a newly set up Film Advisory Board and lobbied for the introduction of financial incentives.
- At 27 returned to freelancing as a Production Manager and subsequently became known for The Count of Monte Cristo, Eragon, Asterix & Obelisk vs Cleopatra and Wickie The Viking.
- At 28 (2001) founded The Producer's Creative Partnership (PCP), Malta's first production service company, and for over two decades produced challenging commercials with high profile clients which included Bacardi, Volvo, Corona, Chanel, Bouygues, Coca Cola and L'Oreal.
- Worked in Colombia, Canada, South Africa, Hungary, Slovakia, Italy, UAE, Jordan, Romania, Morocco and Malta.
- Worked with some high profile directors including Guy Ritchie, Kevin Reynolds and Oliver Stone. Stars included Madonna, John Malkovich, Rami Malek, Jeremy Irons and Sharon Stone.
- Specializes in cost-controlling whilst maximizing production value.
- Conducts workshops in Film Production Management and MMB software.
- Since 1989, published around 50 articles about the growth of the film industry in Malta and some other countries.
- A member of The Production Guild of Great Britain (PGGB)
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