Written using text generated by a machine-learning algorithm and starring Fiona Shaw as the algorithm. The algorithm's often absurdist and poetic texts frame and comment on the writer's own story of love and loss as a queer single parent.
Tells the story of a girl (Lizzy Clark) attempting to get her mother (Jaime Winstone) to accept that she is autistic (and not a child with magic powers). Directed by Jude Kelly. (Pick of the Week)
Follows a young boy from Honduras as he travels through Mexico on freight trains known as 'La Bestia'. (Pick of the Week, finalist Best Use of Sound, Best Debut Performance, 2019 BBC Audio Drama Awards)
A psychological thriller about a music teacher (Fiona Shaw) who traps her student (Erin Doherty) in a lesson. (Finalist Best Single Drama, 2018 BBC Audio Drama Awards)
Tracks the Russian free diver, Natalia Molchanova's final dive. (special commendation, Best Single Drama 2017 BBC Audio Drama Awards, Fiona Shaw shortlisted for best actress)
Jump Blue has been played in festivals including Oorzaken, Amsterdam, ATMOS, Australia, Radio Cinemas and South Africa. It was the basis for 'Black Inscription', a multimedia song cycle produced by Rabbit Rabbit Radio, premiered at Prototype festival, New York. VR rights have been optioned by Pernickity Split.
Co-written with Colin Teeven. Winner: Tinniswood Award, 2014.
A drama interweaving stories about marathons and runners through history, such as the original marathon runner Pheidippides.