Commissions for Television
A short-film about a disabled young woman's unhealthy relationship with a CGI goblin called Turnip. It's available on the iPlayer here.
I've written four episodes for the upcoming series on CBBC based on the beloved novels by Enid Blyton.
Shakespeare and Hathaway
I wrote the episode All That Glisters of this popular comedy whodunnit show starring Mark Benton and Jo Joyner.
I've written five episodes of this internationally successful show featuring Mark Williams. One episode, The Man in the Shadows, won two awards from the Royal Television Society: Best Fictional Programme and Best Actor.
I wrote an episode for the third series of this lavish period drama examining the lives of the women who worked the fields during World War 2.
I have been a regular writer for this popular daytime drama since 2006, responsible for over 60 episodes. One of these, Quarantine, was an hour-long special for the 2000th episode. Other episodes have included ones told in real-time; a story told from the subjective point-of-view of a woman with dementia; and a Halloween special where an alien meteorite turned the cast into deadly zombies!
I have had two episodes of this hour-long medical drama broadcast on BBC1 during prime-time.
Fracture is a sci-fi short film I wrote which features some breathtaking special effects. Time is running out for the crew when disaster strikes a deep-space mining base. You can watch the film for free here.
Full details of my television work can be seen on my IMDB page here.