The story we tell ourselves is the backdrop to our lives.  Transform your story, transform your life.  Maybe it’s time for a change.  Don’t live by default.  On this site I share my stories and my interest in yours and whatever is opening up for you now.


I help people dissolve the past using stories so we free up the future by stretching fully in the present.


I am soon launching an online guide to writing a positive theatre review and expressing your creative joy in a satisfying way and not much time.  Hear the latest about the writing course here.


Emerging Writer.  Busy Emerging!  Check out my blog here


Enjoy my most recent work on video.

My recent play featured at this years International Playwriting Festival and my previous plays are kindly listed here

My Garden Guide on Seventeenth Century Sanctuaries that shaped history coming soon!   For this month only, you can enjoy a free sample here today.

Nothing will lift you up like a good garden.

Well nothing except maybe great pizza!




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  1. I’m looking forward to reading more of your posts. I agree with what you say about how the way you tell your story changes who you are and it’s great to see someone else who believes change and growth are possible. It can be hard to keep on top of it all but so worth the effort!
    xx Rowena

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  2. Hi, my name is Marianne (aka “anthropologist”) and I’ve been following your blog. I was in Oxford last year but was not able to meet you. If you have time, I am in London from March 1 to March 6 and would easily be able to take the train to you. I saw the Shakespeare’s Dead exhibit last year — fantastic!


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