Scriptwriter. Shed-dweller. Daydreamer.

I’m a writer for television and film. I’m represented by Jago Irwin at Independent Talent.

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“VERA” – I wrote “MUDDY WATERS”, the third episode of the fifth series of ITV’s hugely popular crime drama, starring Brenda Blethyn. Currently filming until early September in Northumberland.

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“HOLBY CITY” – I wrote the episode “CRUSH”, which was broadcast on BBC1 on 27th May 2014.

“HUSH” – New project in development with Noho Film and Television, pilot and series outline commissioned by the BBC.

“STEAM DETECTIVE” - Adaptation for television, currently in development with Drama Republic and the BBC.

“WYATT” – Returning television drama, in development with Clerkenwell Films.

“ONE LAST DANCE” – Short film, which has just been funded by Kickstarter to the tune of £18k. Developed with director Luke Losey. Cast includes Jonathan Pryce and Shane Attwooll. More information here: www.onelastdance.co.uk

“BLUEBIRD” – Sci-fi feature, optioned by Polaris Pictures, US. In development. Screenplay available to read via my agent.

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“THE PAINTING” is a 6-minute drama, starring Simon Paisley Day and Lesley Vickerage. I wrote, directed and edited it. It’s finished its festival run and is now available to view in full in HD on its own website: www.thepainting.co.uk

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Short film “THE BOY IN THE OAK” screened in competition at Cannes 2013. It had its world premiere at the Bel Air Film Festival at UCLA in October 2012. It’s directed by Luke Losey and features narration by Jude Law and music by Damon Albarn. A trailer is available to view on the video page.

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“CHAMPION OF THE WORLD”, an Olympics-themed 30-min drama, was broadcast on Film 4 during London 2012. It won BEST BRITISH FILM at the 2013 Deaffest: The UK’s International Deaf Film & Arts Festival.

2013 BBC Holby City New Writers Scheme graduate.
2012 Red Planet Screenwriting Prize finalist – for Snow Angel.
2000 BBC Scriptwriting Award
1978 100m Swimming Certificate

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