Brynach is a Welsh writer/director and a BAFTA Brit to Watch. He did his BA in film at AFDA in South Africa where he wrote and directed The Cabin, which played at The Henri Langlois Film Festival. After graduating, he worked for the BBC on shows such as Torchwood and Dr. Who. While studying for his MFA in Directing at UCLA, he was named as a BAFTA Brit to Watch along with Joe Cornish and Gareth Edwards. After graduating from UCLA, his thesis film, Role Play, was selected by Slamdance, The Munich Student Film Festival, and The London Short Film Festival, where it was nominated for Best Student Short and Best British Short. Since graduating, he's taught at UCLA and directed both music and corporate videos for clients such as Universal and David Geffen. Last year, his feature screenplay, Low Tide, received development funding from BFI's Horizons Net.Work Scheme, and as a result he was mentored by Duane Hopkins (Better Things, Bypass). In the same year, Low Tide was also selected as a Top Ten Finalist by the American Zoetrope Screenplay Contest. Alongside developing his first feature with Boon Fox (Louder Than Bombs) and Gethin Scourfield (Hinterland), Brynach has been teaching at UCLA, creating promotional videos, and programming for Slamdance.