Skeets started life as my entry for the final of Script Yorkshire’s Script Factor. Tony Hipwell from Grunt Productions was present at the event and showed an interest in turning the script into a short film.
I was approached by Matthew Wignall of Off The Rock Productions to write a short script for an upcoming evening of five contemporary tales of the supernatural, each by a different writer and director.
I was honoured to have a short play I wrote featured at Script Yorkshire’s David Nobbs Tribute Evening in Leeds.
When I was approached by Mark France of Well Fangled Theatre to produce and perform music for his production of Midsummer Night’s Dream, I jumped at the chance.
After a few years working ‘behind the scenes’ for Redshirt Films, I finally got a chance to get in front of the camera.
My second foray into film acting – working with a fantastic team of York University students.
It’s always a pleasure to work with Off The Rock Productions, and it was great to be invited to undertake the sound design for their latest piece of new writing.
My first real stage acting role – for the rather excellent Off the Rock Productions – was in fact, three roles in one evening.
Every year, Script Yorkshire hold a scriptwriting competition called Script Factor. It’s open to anyone, usually has a theme and this year I heard about a last minute cancellation and snuck onto the bill of the York event.
The set up was right. NaNoWriMo 2014 was upcoming, and I had no intention of writing another novel. It Looks Like You’re Writing a Letter, my first NaNo story, had been very well received, and pretty much anyone who wanted a copy had one, but I told myself I wouldn’t write another book unless I… Read More I’ve written another novel – and you’ll never read it