Samuel Abrahams is a writer and director who wrote and directed his first feature film, 'Charlie White', while still a student studying Fine Art at Chelsea College of Arts in London. The film won Best Feature at the Los Angeles DV Festival and was picked up for distribution by Vanguard Cinema.
Sam went on to earn his stripes as a camera operator on the RTS winning documentaries 'Risky Business' and 'Customs UK', both for SKY and ITV, as well as directing corporate videos and commercials. In 2005 he made his second film, 'Chico and Chica', which won Best Short Film at the Festivalito Film Festival 2005.
In 2009 Sam co-wrote and directed the sitcom 'Documates' for Channel 4's Comedy Lab strand, which went on to be produced by Channel K.
Education: Chelsea College of Arts, Fine Art, London.
Spoken Languages: English