Kieron's experience as a writer and an editor spans television, theatre and film. Follow the link below to find out more.
As a writer, Kieron worked on the TV drama series Family Affairs before moving to the Royal Court Theatre where he workshopped several plays. One piece of work evolved into a feature film, Venus and Mars, which Kieron directed in 2001 and was then selected by the British Council to tour film festivals around Europe.
As an editor, Kieron worked on a TV documentary series for the Discovery Channel called A Shore Thing. This was followed by a feature-length documentary South Coast, a pilot for Channel Four called Goddesses, and a pilot for Australian Broadcasting Corp called Risky Business. This then led Kieron to cutting videos for clients such as British Airways, Sony BMG, British Film Institute, BAFTA, film directors Alan Parker, Hugh Hudson and producer David Puttnam.
Kieron began teaching in 2007, working for the UK Film Council and coaching 12-15-year-olds in production skills in film-making. This led him to Solent University where he began working as an associate lecturer in TV, advertising and film, and now as course leader for the television production degrees.
Kieron's writing on actor Bruce Lee has been published by Creation Books in a book titled The Intercepting Fist.