Scriptwriting

Media

  • Short Films
  • Campaigns
  • Explainer Videos
  • Treatments
  • Audio

Genre

  • Fiction (Comedy & Drama)
  • Factual / Docs
  • Commercial / Promo

Industry

  • Charity & HealthCare
  • Education
  • B2C
  • Independent film
A pair of hands holding a screenplay at a desk.

“Once you crack the script, everything else follows.”

–  Ridley Scott

It doesn't matter whether I'm writing explainer videos, short documentaries, or comedy and drama: character and narrative are at the heart of what I do. My background includes independent filmmaking and TV production, so I’m a visual writer too.

As a scriptwriter, I want to take you on a journey, and elicit a response through humour, familiarity or curiosity. Basically, I want to get inside your head.

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Selected projects

Double Word Score (short film)

Year: 2014
Role: Writer-Director
Genre: Comedy

A romantic comedy about the ludicrous games we play in the pursuit of love. The bitter sweet thrill of the romantic chase plays out over the course of an evening where drinks flow, looks are missed and quips are misunderstood. Winner: Best Comedy - The Open Door Short Film Showcase 2015 Festivals and Screenings: HellFire Film Festival (UK), The Open Door Film Festival (UK) Ickle Fest (UK), The Brooklyn Girl Film Festival (US)

Churchill the lost interviews (web series)

Year: 2014
Genre: Comedy
Role: Assistant Producer / additional script material

Written by Daniel Harlos & Rick Beenham

In the centenary year of the start of the Great War, we are proud to present to the world a set of never-before seen interviews with the most famous British Prime Minister in history: Winston Churchill.

Saskia’s Return (short film)

RF Cook Productions
Genre: Sci-Fi  
Year: 2015
Role: Co-writer

It was fun to write a Sci-Fi script, as it’s a genre I had not previously written for. On top of that was  the challenge of writing within a very short time period, and having to incorporate specific lines of dialogue and action. Not quite The Twilight Zone, but certainly a bit out of my comfort zone.

Posh Off (comedy sketch)

Genre: Comedy
Year 2012
Writer: Paul Nash
Director: Daniel Harlos
Role: Assistant Producer / Additional Material

Two upper crust gentlemen find themselves at a physical impasse, which their mutual politeness stops them from resolving without the aid of some intense promises.Winner: Audience Award, Cofilmic 2012.

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