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.

My last play was May 9-11th at Brighton Fringe.  ‘Mary Blandy’s Gallows Tree’, gained positive reviews and it was a privilege to perform in front of Mary’s blood relative as I told her story imprisonment of Oxford Castle in 1752.

I go deeper in this  interview where I share my process with acclaimed Artist Tara Roskell

And tell more of my stories in my new 5 star rated poetry collection here .

Some of the places I have shared my work ;

Film Screenings:

The Clod Man – Alvsbyn Film Festival & Hallucinea Film Festival

Brave New Year – London Shorts Film Festival

Ain’t No Female Romeo – Los Angeles Lift Off Film Festival

Holy Cod/Wyre Lady of Fleetwood

Madras International Film Festival, Santa Cruz 8th International Film Festival & Winner of 1st Monthly Festival

Theatre –

I am available for producing readings and workshops and take writing commissions.

Playing to wonderful reviews is Wyre Lady of Fleetwood – enjoy a complimentary ticket here

Enjoy my off West-End work

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

Nothing will lift you up like a good story. 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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