Once you've let that image nestle in your head, it's worth delving into the director-stroke-actor-comedian's showreel, which so far includes a series of well-received short films, an online murder mystery for the BBC, and numerous satirical sketches. If that wasn't enough, he also co-hosts his own podcast.
Such versatility ultimately caught Rattling Stick's eye, who decided their new DirtyWork venture would be the ideal place to nurture Bisset-Smith's talent even further.
Their press release notes: "Gabe is such a clever and insightfully creative person with an incredible ability to translate real world issues and topics into poignant, funny content. We can't wait to see how he brings his talents to the world of commercials and beyond with us."
As for Bisset-Smith, he's keen to meet what he describes as Rattling Stick/DirtyWork's roster of "insanely cool creatives". Furthermore, Bisset-Smith thinks "that being around such a talented gang will elevate my own work and help me build my own outlandish multifunctional boxes."
To discuss all things Gabriel Bisset-Smith, DirtyWork, and boxes, speak to Rattling Stick's Tash Bloom on 020 7851 2000 or email her via email@example.com.