Brendan is a multi-faceted artist who has worked extensively in all theatrical fields: this includes film, video, television, opera, stage musicals and street theatre festivals. He has also appeared in a multitude of television commercials and corporate events.
His work as a Choreographer encompasses such diversity as co-ordinating Ape movement on the film "TARZAN AND THE LOST CITY" (Greystoke II), to Britain's first interactive installation: a collaborative contemporary dance multimedia production at one of London's premiere arts venues, Subterannia.
Brendan has trained in Dance and Choreography; Classical Mime; Commedia Dell'arte; Puppetry and Gymnastics - all of which are reflected in his performances and directing.
He is a founder member of the British Association of Choreographers and a member of the Equity Choreographer's Committee. Companies he has directed include the robotic group "Man Machine", the "Beau Geste Clown Company", "Mimbots" and the inventive Mime/Dance Cabaret Act "The Mimetics". He also formed The Company of Cranks to explore experimental theatre.
Film and television credits include: Vanity Fair; Vera Drake; Santa Claus the Movie; Tarzan and the Lost City; The Wind in the Willows; The Paul Daniels Magic Show; Hale and Pace; Smith and Jones; plus Stanley Baxter and Lenny Henry Xmas specials.
Brendan's unique combination of skills has proven invaluable in the world of Musical Theatre and Pantomime. He has appeared in many shows including: Babes in the Wood; Peter Pan and Dick Whittington as the highly acclaimed "Cat" with "Cannon and Ball"