As I was saying... I'm a UK-based screenwriter, journalist and broadcaster. Throughout the 1990s I worked first as jazz editor and then a commissioning editor at Time Out magazine, as well as writing for Q magazine, the Independent, the Guardian, the Financial Times, the London Evening Standard and other newspapers and magazines, on music, new media and economics. I've appeared occasionally on Radio 3, presenting segments on the arts magazine show Nightwaves, jazz features in the late night Jazz on 3 slot, and Jazz File on Saturday afternoons.
I left Time Out in 1999 to write a screenplay. Since then I've written film scripts for Film Four, Litmus Films and Momentum Pictures, an episode of TEACHERS for Channel 4, some children's TV for CBBC and an episode of WATERLOO ROAD, for the BBC. I'm currently writing for popular UK soap, EMMERDALE. I'm represented by Joe Phillips at Curtis Brown.