HOW TO WRITE A REALLY GOOD TELEVISION DRAMA TREATMENT

2015-11-08T14:27:39+00:00

As many of Script Advice Writer’s Room members on Facebook and followers of my Twitter feed may know, I delivered a session on Treatment Writing for Television at the London Screenwriter’s Festival in October. It [...]

HOW TO WRITE A REALLY GOOD TELEVISION DRAMA TREATMENT2015-11-08T14:27:39+00:00

COMMERICALISM V CREATIVITY IN TV DRAMA SERIES

2015-04-20T14:06:40+01:00

I am thrilled to have written an article for the excellent script writers' resource InkTip. I am passionate about writer's need to get this balance in television drama right. One can not flow without the [...]

COMMERICALISM V CREATIVITY IN TV DRAMA SERIES2015-04-20T14:06:40+01:00

WRITING YOUR STORY OUT

2015-02-26T17:27:18+00:00

Writers who have worked with me via my services at Scriptadvice.co.uk know that I consider planning and structuring your stories as important as creating them in the first place. Art and artifice go hand in [...]

WRITING YOUR STORY OUT2015-02-26T17:27:18+00:00

SELLING YOUR TELEVISION DRAMA SERIES – LOGLINES AND BEYOND

2015-02-11T18:12:19+00:00

There is a fair amount of confusing and conflicting information out there, in Cyberland, about television documents and what it is you, the writer, needs to have ready to show them, the Producers and Commissioners, [...]

SELLING YOUR TELEVISION DRAMA SERIES – LOGLINES AND BEYOND2015-02-11T18:12:19+00:00

HOW TO WRITE A DRAMA SERIES TELEVISION OUTLINE

2014-11-07T18:40:40+00:00

I am fresh back from an amazing time at The London Screenwriter’s Festival, where I did four things of note: 1/ Run my session ‘Sizzle and Substance’with Bafta winning writer and show-runner Barbara Machin and [...]

HOW TO WRITE A DRAMA SERIES TELEVISION OUTLINE2014-11-07T18:40:40+00:00

THE WORK/LIFE BALANCE BLOG

2014-10-02T15:57:48+01:00

Via my Script Consultancy Business www.scriptadvice.co.uk I work with a lot of writers, mainly via email or Skype, from my desk here at Script Advice Towers aka My House. I also have a child to [...]

THE WORK/LIFE BALANCE BLOG2014-10-02T15:57:48+01:00

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