In his twenties, Oisin pursued music and spent time performing, writing and experimenting with bands. After collaborating on a spell of music video shoots, he felt a pull towards the power of narrative in film and began directing.
Oisin studied and graduated at the University of the West of England with a first class degree in Filmmaking and Creative Media. He used his time there to test and make a series of projects in documentary, fictional drama and trans-media storytelling.
Awarded a scholarship to study, Oisin continued his education and graduated in 2017 from Goldsmith’s University with a masters in Film Directing. Since then he’s worked in various roles on productions funded by the BFI, Old Vic Theatre, British Arts Council, BBC and ITV.
Oisin is a part of BAFTA Crew Alumni, a talent development programme. His films 'Disconnect' and 'Twenty Minutes' have been meeting audiences on the international short film festival circuit. He's now an award-winning London based filmmaker with a feature script and other new material in development.