Jean Maye

Jean Maye is a multi-award-winning screenwriter and Company Director of Mouse Chased Cat Productions Ltd which was established in November 2016. 

Since setting up the company she has written and produced three multi-award winning short films. These and her screenwriting awards can be viewed on the website:

Jean's primary aim over the last year has been re-developing feature scripts, a TV Drama series and a stage play with a view of getting these optioned.

She has also just completed a children's novel which she intends to self-publish in September 2020.

In the past, Jean has attended many seminars in screenwriting. Before entering the film industry she obtained an MA at Kingston University in Creative and Critical Writing, (specialising in screenwriting). In the past, she was a best-selling international author of social care type psychological interactive workbooks for children under her previous marital name, Camis.



South East

Seeking representation.

T.V Drama Series - SANDSTONE

Short scripts:

Finding Hope, Tides, The Adventurers Diary, The Bench, The Pumpkin Room, Undiscovered (Undiscovered may be extended into a feature).

Feature Scripts:

Shadows' End - Psychological Thriller

Layla - Horror

Hotel Flamingo - Comedy (Early treatment stage).

Stage Play

Who Gets the Doughnuts - Comedy Drama.

Children's Novel

The Doll's House (Sept 2020)

Prior to screenwriting, in 2001, Jean was previously published in social care related books. 'My Life & Me' was a Best Seller in its time and sold internationally and was even translated into Japanese and used as a training tool in the University of Japan.

She's also won a poetry competition and would like to write more when time allows.

Poetry: Entrapment 2012 Published by Kingston University.

She also won the best songwriter in 2009 with 'Where I'll Always Be.'

Book Publications:

When I'm Away from Home' Jessica Kingsley Publishers
My Life and Me - BAAF (Now Coram)
We Are Fostering - BAAF
Me and My family



Books, Childrens writing, Comedy, Comedy (topical), Film, Poetry, Radio, Short story, Television, Theatre


Children's books.