FREELANCE WRITER. JOURNALIST, AND SCRIPT READER – FAN OF SCI-FI AND CHOCOLATE DIGESTIVES – YSTV'S BEST DRESSED MEMBER 2013

Here are some recent projects I've been involved in. Click on each for more info.



I've written several comic strips and prose stories for Doctor Who Adventures, taking the Twelfth Doctor from a murder mystery on a floating mansion to the truth about the legendary Flying Dutchman.

More strips from me coming in 2017.




In the ancient city of Kapilavastu, a prince named Siddhartha Gautama was born, and a wise man declared that he would grow up to be either a powerful king or a spiritual leader who would end suffering. 

My graphic novel about the Buddha, following his journey from prince to pauper and from beggar to Buddha, is set to be released by Campfire on 11th July 2017.





Welcome to YourUnion: serving the wants and needs of the student population. That's what newly elected president Chloe Kennedy has been told to say.

An ob-doc style sitcom satirising the weird and surprisingly complex world of student politics.



Nuntpool was a great seaside resort. Once. Allegedly. You really wouldn't guess from looking at it now, or from looking at its newspaper, The Nuntpool Gazette, for which a tree falling onto Mrs Jackson's shed is a big scoop.

A. three-part studio sitcom filmed at the Department of Theatre, Film and Television at the University of York.



Charlie has been Lower Hungerford’s crow scarer since anyone can remember. But one day he's made redundant, to be replaced with "scarecrows", lifeless, cheap, artificial crow scarers, manufactured from rag and straw - how's that going to scare a crow?

A short film which premiered at the LUMA Film Festival 2014.



Alan’s life has become a mess since his wife left him. He buys a new model of robot in the shape of a human woman, a gynoid, to help him clean up his apartment and motivate him to repair his life. But will he let her work him too hard?

A short film written and directed by me, which was screened at the LUMA Film Festival 2013 and the Festival of Fantastic Films 2013.


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