I’m a comedy writer, suffering from an acute case of Britishness. I have credits on Newsjack (BBC Radio 4) and NewsRevue. I was a top 10 BAFTA Rocliffe finalist in 2016 and I’ve had work performed at The Vaults, Theatre503, Canal Café Theatre, Matchstick Theatre, The Brockley Jack and The Hen and Chicken.
I also work as a freelance advertising copywriter. My advertising portfolio can be found here.
My adult pantomime, Tinderella is currently halfway through its run at Canal Café Theatre.
My first full-length play, N89, a play set on a night bus, just completed a 6-night run at Matchstick Theatre in Deptford to great reception.
My short film, The Exam Board is currently in post and due for release later this year.
I’m currently working on a new project with director Edwina Strobl and Matchstick Theatre.
“Probably the best sitcom I’ve ever read by a new writer. Scrap the probably.”
Dave Cohen, Scriptwriter, on Straight Faced.
“A confident, impressive performer.”
Bruce Dessau, Beyond The Joke, on my stand-up.
“He has a strong opening gag about his name, and the ensuing five minutes proved nicely constructed, with a neat tie-up at the end.”
Steve Bennett, Chortle, on my stand-up.
“I really liked your stuff about….”
Jason Manford, on my stand-up. I was too drunk to remember which bit of my set it was that Jason Manford liked.
“Comedy? Really? I never thought you were funny as such.”
My Mum, on me.
Britain’s Got Satire joke-writing competition WINNER
BAFTA Rocliffe Sitcom competition TOP 10 FINALIST (Straight Faced)
Craft of Comedy new sitcom script 2018 winner (Straight Faced)
BBC Class Dismissed sketch writing competition short list
Shore Scripts TV pilot QUARTER FINALIST (Top 5%) (Straight Faced)
Supernova Festival long list (Straight Faced)
Newsjack (BBC Radio 4 Extra) credits and Writers Room
N89 performed at Matchstick Theatre
The Start of The Rainbow performed at Theatre503
Something About Billy staged by Full Disclosure Theatre
Broach staged as part of Pensive Federation’s Significant Other at The Vaults
NewsRevue (Canal Café Theatre) credits