Vadim started directing in 1992 and since then has directed or produced 14 feature films and award winning television in every conceivable genre from documentary, comedy to drama for most of the major UK broadcasters. He has also directed more than 200 commercials, winning most of the major advertising awards.
Almost more exciting than anything… he was a finalist in the 2011 University Challenge Christmas Special on BBC2.
In 2022 Vadim show ran and directed Final Scene, 8 half hours for MBC studios and Shahid (the biggest streamer in the Middle East) in arabic.
Vadim’s second series of the TV comedy Porters starring Rutger Hauer, Daniel Mays and Sanjeev Bhaskar was broadcast in 2019 on Dave. This followed the success of Henry IX written by British comedy legends Dick Clement & Ian La Frenais starring Sally Phillips, Annette Crosbie and Colin Salmon for UKTV which won the Rose D’Or for best sitcom 2018.
He is also a producer of the feature film, The Man Who Invented Christmas, starring Dan Stevens, Christopher Plummer and Jonathan Pryce.
In TV, Vadim is best known as the writer and director of the multi BAFTA and RTS award winning Terry Pratchett Discworld adaptations for Sky, including The Colour of Magic (Sean Astin, Tim Curry and Jeremy Irons) and Hogfather (Sir David Jason, Michelle Dockery and Ian Richardson) which remains the highest rated show on Sky1 of all time.