HOW TO WRITE FOR TELEVISION

2017-02-22T12:13:29+01:00

I regularly write articles for InkTip Magazine and this is my latest - I break down the creative v the commercial aspects of writing for television and give you a handy listicle of the documents [...]

HOW TO WRITE FOR TELEVISION2017-02-22T12:13:29+01:00

THREE STEPS TO WINNING SCRIPT WRITING COMPETITIONS

2016-12-06T15:04:20+01:00

My colleague and friend Phil Gladwin blogs below about the 3 key things a winning script needs. His competition is an excellent way of getting your original creative ideas out there. Phil and I run [...]

THREE STEPS TO WINNING SCRIPT WRITING COMPETITIONS2016-12-06T15:04:20+01:00

CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT IN TV DRAMA

2015-05-07T17:28:07+01:00

I have again blogged for Script here is my latest column: CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT is essential not only to force the engagement of your audience, but also to create and sustain long form narrative in series [...]

CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT IN TV DRAMA2015-05-07T17:28:07+01:00

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

TELEVISION SERIES – WHAT MAKES A GOOD ONE TICK

2015-03-05T16:43:44+01:00

I am very pleased to say I am now a member of the Script Magazine community of writers and bloggers and urge you to bookmark this magazine as it is an excellent resource for writers [...]

TELEVISION SERIES – WHAT MAKES A GOOD ONE TICK2015-03-05T16:43:44+01:00

WRITING YOUR STORY OUT

2015-02-26T17:27:18+01:00

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+01:00
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