Tyrone spent his formative years growing up in Auckland, New Zealand. He moved to the United Kingdom in the early 1990s. In London he studied filmmaking where he graduated on a Panico film course focusing on all aspects of the film industry. Following this, he took several classes at the London Film Academy.In early 2004, he wrote and directed the short film “The Stalker”.
In the following years Tyrone has worked in the Computer, Publishing and the Gaming & Casinos industries but always had a love of the creative arts, narrative storytelling and films most of all.
At its peak, Jemsea Films Ltd was capable of producing four to five short movies a year. A selection of those films were put together for screening in various festivals, of which the highlight was Cannes. You can view all films on this website. We hope to show the talents of our filmmakers, most of which, are graduates from Panico film courses. Together, we experiment on new ways to make short films. This activity also has the objective to enable its participant to showcase their achievements and aspire to greater roles in the industry. In collaboration with like minded people, we help introduce to the world new talent with an independent spirit.
The company originally just created short films but we're now moving in to post production. It will continue to make short films whenever a good script is made available to the filmmakers or when they themselves come up with an inspiring story.
My attention lately is focusing on studying post production elements; Editing using Avid Media Composer, DeVinci Resolve 16, Final Cut Pro X and Adobe Premiere Pro, After Effects, Photoshop, Motion Graphics and Blender 3D to pursue this as a steady revenue and offer my services to employers
Having moved back to New Zealand, Tyrone has in the past couple of years taken film education courses at Yoobee Colleges and is now pursing a career move into Post Production and Editing at South Seas Film & Television School.