I am a BAFTA nominated writer and film maker - represented by Jean Kitson at Kitson Press Associates for directing work.
I've co-written and co-directed a feature film for children called "Who Killed Nelson Nutmeg?" which premiered at the London Film Festival. The follow up, a sci-fi family adventure called "Future TX", starring Griff Ryhs Jones, is currently in post. A TV series for pre-school children called "Dog Years" is also out now, worldwide, on Kidoodle.
My first break was writing the Jerwood Film Prize winning short film Eight, directed by Stephen Daldry. Through my company Projector Films, I've produced over 100 commercials, corporates, charity fundraisers, games trailers (4m+ views), internal pieces, animations and successful Kickstarter videos. I often assist local marketing agencies and production companies with pitches. I'm 'good in the room' drawing on over 20 years of experience in talking to many different business leaders.
Alongside my colleague Danny Stack, I've produced a scriptwriting podcast for over 10 years. We also have two books out. One is about being a working writer in the UK, the other about how to write a script in 10 weeks.
I give talks and lectures around the UK to students, writers and companies on the power of storytelling and the business of being a storyteller. I also create and sell footage to help editors and have been featured on Netflix, BBC, Discovery and HBO's Watchmen.
For giggles I make a Christmas themed short film every year.