I started screenwriting in 2004 and, after attracting the interest of a renown US actor, was lucky enough to have my first original screenplay optioned by a small British production company.  Since then, I’ve worked with producers and studios on both sides of the Atlantic, writing original screenplays, re-writing existing scripts, adapting books and comics, and developing concepts for television.

I truly enjoy the collaborative aspects of screenwriting, trading ideas and building the consensus needed to mobilise the huge number of people involved in turning what’s on the page into filmed entertainment.

Check out the Posts page for details of my latest projects.


If you’re interested in learning about screenwriting, I can strongly recommend Wordplayer (http://www.wordplayer.com/), a fascinating site where Ted Elliott and Terry Rossio explore almost every aspect of the craft and the business in great depth.