I’ve been telling stories since before I could write, put on my first play at age 7, and directed my first movie at age 12. These days, I tell coming-of-age stories about women of all ages and examine what it means to be a good person in a broken world.
As of spring 2020, I have a number of projects for film and TV in development, including an original TV commission in the US and, in the UK, an independent feature supported by Ffilm Cymru Wales’ Horizons fund.
My drama pilot HOMEGROWN has received a number of accolades:
- Official Selection, 2018 New York TV Festival Scripts
- Best Original Drama, 2019 CineStory TV Fellowship; I attended their 2019 retreat
- Long-list, 2019 BBC Drama Script Room (top 4% of 3634 scripts)
- Finalist, WGA East‘s 2019 Made in NY Writers Room Fellowship
- Second round, 2019 Sundance Episodic Lab
- Semi-finalist, 2019 PAGE International Screenwriting Awards
- Finalist, 2019 C21 Drama Series Script Competition, pitched at Content London
I also regularly write true crime podcasts for Spotify’s Parcast Network (for example, listen to this one if you like unsolved mysteries, this one if you want to learn just how weird North Korea is, or this one if you’re interested in 1970s Italian politics) and audio dramas in the BBC’s Doctor Who universe, for Big Finish Productions. The first of these, “Catfish”, an episode of the Doctor Who TV spinoff Class, was released in April 2020. Another, “The Dancing Plague,” in an anthology starring the Fifth Doctor, Peter Davison, came out in July 2020.
See what I’m up to on my (rarely updated) IMDb.
If you’d like to be in touch, my UK agent is Steven Russell at Collective Talent.