Bryn is an award-winning documentary director and photographer whose twenty-five year career began covering human rights and indigenous issues in areas such as New Zealand, Afghanistan, India, Bosnia & Herzegovina, East Timor, West Papua and the South Pacific region. 


His most recent film endeavour 'BornRacer' (2018) for Universal Pictures, catapulted global audiences into the world of six times Indycar motor-racing champion Scott Dixon but its his film "Hip Hop-eration' (2015) that sits most at ease with Bryn’s story-telling sensibilities.


'Hip Hop-eration' won best feature documentary, best documentary director and best cinematography at the New Zealand Film Awards (2014) along with best feature film at the Chargrin Int. Film Festival (2015) and Audience Awards at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival (2015), FIFO (2016), Two Rivers (2015) and runner up Audience awards at IDFA (2014), One World Human Rights (2015) and Thessaloniki (2015), it was also presented at Cannes and Berlinale markets.


In 2005 Bryn established the beginning of an eight-year relationship with the broadcaster Māori Television producing amongst many projects the acclaimed documentary series 'Tatai Hono' (2005) and the documentary film 'From Street to Sky' (2008), that captured the spirit of renowned New Zealand musician & activist Tigilau Ness. Bryn also produced the series 'Karanga - The First Voice' and 'Mana Wairua'.


Bryn has written and directed prime-time factual documentary for other broadcasters within New Zealand including the series 'Beyond the Darklands', 'Descent from Disaster', 'I am Innocent' and was a producer for the acclaimed current affairs series '60 minutes'.


Recognised by the international documentary community, he has been awarded recognition via placement with the Berlinale Talents scheme (2016), received a nomination for the coveted IDFA First Appearance Award (2014), and a Directors and Editors Guild of New Zealand Mentorship Award (2016).


Bryn currently works between New Zealand and the United Kingdom.

Premier Pathways Funding Award

2016 New Zealand Film Commission


Berlinale Talents Participant

2016 Berlin Film Festival


DEGNZ Mentorship Award

2016 Jennifer Baichwal


IDFA Academy Participant

2014 Int. Documentary Festival of Amsterdam


Selection, IDFA First Apearence Award

2014 Int. Documentary Festival of Amsterdam (IDFA)


Winner, Best Director of Documentary

2014 New Zealand Film Awards


Winner, Best Documentary - Hip Hop-eration

2014 New Zealand Film Awards


Finalist, Best Current Affairs Story

2006 Qantas Film & Television Awards


Finalist, Photographer of Distinction

1998 Romeo Martinez International Awards