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Joe Golby

Fight Choreographer, Action Arranger, Utility Stunts

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Medieval Fight Choreography

Footage from drama documentary
'Crusaders: Back from the Dead'.

Filmed on location in Morocco
and aired on Channel 4 (UK) and
National Geographic (Worldwide).






'Christmas Demolition' - Google/Youtube

Shot at GoogleHQ, London in YouTube's own broadcast studio by popular creator Thomas Ridgewell.

The video went viral and was featured on the front page of Youtube.com on Christmas Day 2012. By Boxing Day it had gained over 600,000 views plus 50,000 Likes and over 10,000 overwhelmingly positive comments.

Joe planned and choreographed all the action as well as providing, props, weapons and a team of professional action performers.







'May I Kill U?' - London Riot Footage

Rough edit of a riot / looting scene from feature film 'May I Kill U?'.

Written and directed by two time BAFTA winner Stuart Urban and starring comedian Kevin Bishop as a vigilante policeman.

Set against the backdrop of the London riots Joe choreograped & coordinated dozens of fights and stunts for the film over a months shooting.

Set for theatrical release in Autumn 2012 (IMDB)

Click here for Teaser Trailer.





Hadouken! 'Parasite' - Wire Stunts

Wire stunt from music video for Hadouken!'s new single 'Parasite'
Directed by The Mill's Aubrey Woodiwiss and produced by The Ministry of Sound.

Features actor Lee Oaks (Two Pints, Harry Brown).











Alison Jackson's Fake Takes - Ed Miliband

Made for The Sunday Times website by BAFTA winning satirist Alison Jackson.

Alison recreates a famous Rowan Atkinson sketch from 'Not the 9 O'clock News' targeting Labour Party leader Ed Miliband.

Click here for Original Sketch







Unarmed Combat - Rough Cut

An ungraded rough cut of a fight scene with no sound or VFX.

Filmed by students at the London MET Film School where Joe works as a freelance fight & stunt consultant working with individual stundents or whole years on thier final B.A. Feature Film Project.