wizzo features


Director of Photography: www.richard-mott.com

Richard shot the BAFTA nominated short film THE ONE AND ONLY HERB McGWYER PLAYS WALLIS ISLAND, directed by James Griffiths, and the first series of the BBC3 comedy drama, HIM & HER, directed by Richard Laxton and produced through Big Talk Productions. He also shot the television drama HOLY FLYING CIRCUS, directed by Owen Harris and produced through Hillbilly Films for BBC4. Richard shot the feature films, SMALL CREATURES, directed by Martin Wallace, and Ron Scalpello’s debut feature, OFFENDER, produced by Gunslinger Films. He has recently completed Scalpello’s second feature PRESSURE starring Danny Huston and produced by Jason Newmark through Embankment Films.

Richard is represented for commercials and music promos by www.visionatwizzo.com


PRESSURE – Pinewood Films / Dir. Ron Scalpello
Starring: Danny Huston, Matthew Goode
CHAVEZ (2013 – Main unit pick ups) – Sixteen Films / Dir. Diego Luna
OFFENDER (2012) – Gunslinger Films / Dir. Ron Scalpello
SMALL CREATURES (2011) – Nova Inc / Dir. Martin Wallace


CATASTROPHE (2014 – Pilot) – Avalon / Dir. Ben Taylor
Starring Sharon Horgan
HOLY FLYING CIRCUS (2011 – BBC4 Comedy Drama) – Hillbilly Films / Dir. Owen Harris
HIM & HER (2010 – BBC3 Comedy Series) – Big Talk Productions / Dir. Richard Laxton


OVER (2015) – Outsider / Dir. Jörn Threlfall
Winner: Palm Springs International Shortfest 2015 – Grand Jury Prize
Winner: OFF Grand Prix 2015 – The HCA Award

Winner: Encounters 21st Short Film & Animation Festival 2015 – Best of British 
THE FALLEN EYE – H S I London / Dir. Simon Henwood
THE ONE AND ONLY HERB PLAYS WALLIS ISLAND – Moxie Films / Dir. James Griffiths
Nomination: Bafta 2008 – Best Short
COLD WATER – Elanie Constantine Ltd / Dir. Elaine Constantine
CHASM – Box Films / Dir. Chris D’Add
AFTER THE FRENCH LESSON – Motion Blur (Oslo) / Dir. Nic Osborne
LOOK AT ME, I’M BEAUTIFUL – Hungry Man / Dir. Paul Gay
THE BEAR – The General / Dir. Benji Edwards
Starring Charlotte Rampling
B S L – Film Council / Dir. Christine Lalla