Gareth Rees-Wells (garf) likes people, he has been fascinated by people (inc himself) from a young age, observing people and social science. Often found talking and looking in a mirror from an early age he would question how what where when and why?
He progressed this interest into acting and directing as a teenager creating various sketches during his attendance at EYPA and Sullivan's stage school performing in shows and musicals for over 10 years. Later he went on to perform in half a dozen shows and musicals with The Essex Group including full monty playing (Ethan) and Oliver Twist playing (Mr. Sowerberry). He also performed ina chorus of disapproval with Stock operatic
Later Gareth graduated from the University of East London in Theatre studies developing his understanding of the acting process, world theatre, creative writing and performing the archive.
After years on foot working various jobs and meeting characters from around the Globe Gareth began taking and collecting photographs and writing stories to which he later plans to adapt for screen and stage.
Gareth became a member of the Directors cut in 2017 completing his Fourth term in 2019
He worked as a supporting artist for 7 years with BBC, ITV, 40D, Pinewood, Warner and Shepperton studios
Active: acting for tv and film recently completing his 5th short film which received an award at the London short film festival 2019
Co-founder and Facilitator for offthe_page workshops and events