Growing up in suburban London, Kit would skateboard and film with his friends. His adventure for DIY video was evidential through many stupid (and funny) injuries.
MTV was a palatable entity back then, and 90's Britain shaped Kit's outlook on video, music, and art. Visionary directors like Jonathan Glazer, Spike Jonze, Chris Cunningham and Michel Gondry inspired.
After much grafting in film and television, he co-founded independent film company RNE with Michael Sackler. Kit helped develop their debut feature film; Sally El Hosaini's award-winning My Brother The Devil.
Kit took over their sister agency in the heart of London's Soho as Creative Director. Kit worked with fashion brands; Adidas, M&S, Vivienne Westwood, Matthew Williamson, Clarks, Bjorn Borg and Julien MacDonald to name a few. He collaborated with Dazed & Confused and Vice. He also worked with early inspirer Chris Cunningham for his live events in 2011.
Kit is a deeply motivated self-shooter and independent Director. His work with the ICA, TATE, BFI, and BBC are testimony to that.
In a fast world of finite resources, Kit brings his extensive film & commercial experience towards ethics and sustainability. He has completed extensive assignments in developing countries worldwide while working with pioneering brands such as People Tree and Po-Zu.
In 2018, Kit now lives between Tokyo and London, developing his passion for a more consciously connected world. He still maintains his love for underground music culture, collaborating with Seoul Community Radio and NTS Radio.