In 2018, Zadoc produced GHOLAM, the critically acclaimed, debut feature film by British-Iranian artist, Mitra Tabrizian, starring Cannes prize winner Shahab Hosseini. He also produced Tabrizian’s short, THE INSIDER, with text by Booker Prize-winner writer Ben Okri.

He attended the
Berlin Talent development programme (2017), and was long-listed for a British Independent Film Awards' Discovery Award (2018). In 2019 he was included on the Film London/Evening Standard LODESTAR inaugural list of 25 of London’s most promising filmmakers and creative talents.

After starting out directing factual programming for C4 and BBC, Zadoc went on to become an established commercials director. He also made a number of award-winning shorts, including BIG FISH an impressionistic portrait of his father, José Nava shortly to be re-released on the BFI DVD and Blu-ray collection).

Zadoc's photography has been published and exhibited widely, with solo shows in London and Belfast. Group shows include the Tehran Biennale, Iran (2017) and ArtStart, at the Saatchi Gallery, London (2017).

In 2018, Zadoc produced GHOLAM, the critically acclaimed, debut feature film by British-Iranian artist, Mitra Tabrizian, starring Cannes prize winner Shahab Hosseini. He also produced Tabrizian’s experimental short, THE INSIDER, with text by Booker Prize-winner writer Ben Okri.

Zadoc was selected to participate on the
Berlin Talent development programme (2017), long-listed for a British Independent Film Awards' Discovery Award (2018) and included on Film London/Evening Standard LODESTAR inaugural list of 25 of London’s most promising filmmakers and creative talents (2019).

After starting out directing factual programming for C4 and BBC, Zadoc went on to become an established commercials director. He also made a number of award-winning shorts, including BIG FISH an impressionistic portrait of his father, José Nava (shortly to be re-released on the BFI DVD and Blu-ray collection).

Zadoc's photography has been published and exhibited widely, with solo shows in London and Belfast. Group shows include the Tehran Biennale, Iran (2017) and ArtStart, at the Saatchi Gallery, London (2017).