We caught up with the brilliant and insightful Gary A Wales a few weeks ago and have shared our conversation below.

Gary A, looking forward to hearing all of your stories today. Can you open up about a risk you’ve taken – what it was like taking that risk, why you took the risk and how it turned out?

In 2022, while in Canada, I sought help from Now Hair Time in Istanbul, Turkey, as I was unhappy with my receding hairline. Wanting to boost my confidence and improve my image, I took the chance and underwent surgery with them in 2023. Traveling there in February, I had my Hair Transplant on Valentine’s Day, which turned out to be an incredible opportunity and experience. Looking back over a year later, I’m immensely grateful for taking that risk, as it has opened up endless opportunities for me.

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Awesome – so before we get into the rest of our questions, can you briefly introduce yourself to our readers.

Born in Falkirk, Scotland, on September 29th, 1995, to the proud parentage of Carol Avery, Gary’s artistic odyssey has spanned continents, leaving an indelible mark on the world of performing arts.

Gary’s early years unfolded in the picturesque town of Bo’ness, Scotland, shaping his passion for the arts. His narrative took a transformative turn at the age of 12 when he and his family relocated to County Armagh, Northern Ireland, in 2007.

At the City of Armagh High School, Gary’s talent flourished as he graced the stage in two iconic musicals, portraying the lead characters in Oliver and Grease. This marked the beginning of a remarkable educational journey that led him to the Southern Regional College in Armagh, where he earned both his Level 2 & Level 3 BTEC Diplomas in Performing Arts.

The next chapter of Gary’s story unfolded at the National Stage Theatre School in County Tyrone, from 2012 to 2015. During this period, he played a pivotal role in the National Tour of Black 47, a groundbreaking musical based on the Irish Famine. The production not only achieved record sales but also garnered attention in the news publications of the United States.

In 2017, armed with a wealth of experience and creative fervor, Gary returned to his Scottish roots with his family. Here, he embarked on a new venture, founding GAW Films, a production company that left an indelible mark on the Scottish film landscape. In 2023, Gary rebranded his production company to Nevis Studios, signaling a new chapter in his artistic evolution.

This rebranding marked Gary’s transition to the United States, where he continues to make waves in the industry. Today, at Nevis Studios, Gary Alexander Wales is a driving force in the world of film production, collaborating with industry professionals and creating compelling content that resonates globally. Join us on this enthralling journey as Gary brings his unique vision to life on the international stage.

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Is there mission driving your creative journey?

My Goal is to spread love and support to all. I believe in being Independent and being treated equally that’s why on my film sets no matter your role you will always be treated the same.

I’m tired of seeing and hearing of people thinking that they are entitled and more important than others. It makes me sick to my stomach.

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For you, what’s the most rewarding aspect of being a creative?

Getting to work with amazing people and to spread positivity and kindness to everyone and everything that I do.

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