“I’ve written for TV, radio, theatre and film including 40+ episodes of Doctors, plus episodes of EastEnders and Casualty, and plays and comedy for Radio 4, including Gondwanaland, My Difficult Second Album, A Farewell To Arms, The Two Georges, The Last Minutes and adaptations of William Goldman’s Marathon Man and The Princess Bride. I was Artistic Director of 5065 Lift which performed new plays in a portable elevator venue at the Pleasance Edinburgh, and filled every pod of the London Eye with comedy, theatre and music for a one-night arts festival. Stage plays include Mad For It at Manchester’s Royal Exchange and Zimbabwe Boy for Flight 5065 at the National Theatre. I worked for some years as a stand-up comedian and still perform with improv groups in Norwich, where I live.
I’ve also taught scriptwriting at UAL, Norwich Theatre Royal, Arts Depot and CSSD. Since moving to Norwich five years ago I’ve met a lot of local writers from various disciplines and I’m interested in developing opportunities and networks for writers in the region.”