‘The Anthropocene Chronicles’
This is a current programme of projects that I am leading on, which will culminate in a dystopian feature film.
This project is now complete. I worked with the following writers Carmen Radtke, Emma Pullar, Fiona Leitch, Rachael Howard and Nick Jackson to produce two novella-length books with four short stories in each one. I wrote the short story called ‘Scheduled’, which appears in book one. Book one is on sale now here. Book two will be on sale in October.
The next phase is planned for 2018. This will be to produce a short film version of the story ‘Scheduled’ using funding raised from the sales of the e-book and paperback. I will be directing the short film, and it will star Stine Olsen as Emilie. The short will be in Danish. This will be a high end market test for a feature film and will be submitted to film festivals around the world. We are currently looking for a fourth producer to join our award winning team Lawrence Mallinson, Saranne Bensusan and Fiona Leitch.
The last project will be the feature film. It is expected that it will be written by some of the writers who contributed to the stories in project 1.
‘Ménage du Trois’
This is a short horror film I wrote and directed earlier this year starring Louise Rhian Poole. It has already been selected for a BAFTA Cymru qualifying festival and will be submitted to BAFTA Cymru next year. It has another eight months on the festival circuit.
‘The Hunting of the Snark’
My 2015 stop frame animated feature film continues to do well. Following its success on the film festival market the film picked up worldwide distribution and is now available on many VOD platforms around the world, including Amazon Prime. My sales agent got the film picked up by new VOD distributers in August.
‘Un-named short story collection’
I am currently working on a collection of short fiction stories for a book that will be published in 2018.
‘The Looking Glass’
I am currently writing my first novel about a child’s life under the abusive regime her parents have created, and how she develops coping mechanisms to function outside of the home.