Why should you work with Me?

There are hundreds of people out there offering Screenplay Coverage / Script Reports – Some good, some bad, and some indifferent. Here are just a few reasons why you should work with me on your Script:

I am first and foremost, a writer – My Sci-Fi screenplay, “Life Signs” is currently under option for the 2nd time with Unstoppable Film and Television (Adulthood, & Bulletproof).

My noir thriller, “The Tattooist” (co-written with hotshot director Troy Brown) is currently in development with Riverstone Pictures (Wind River, The Wedding Guest & The Day Shall Come).

Some of the UK’s top agencies have represented me – Independent Talent and 42.

I have attended the UK’s best Script Reading Courses – “Breaking into Script Reading” with the amazing Lucy V. Hay and “Effective Script Reading” with Evan Leighton-Davis at Industrial Scripts.

I will be taking part in a Q&A on Lucy’s next course in June of this year (2021).

I have run screenplay competitions in the past and currently read for The Golden Script Competition, and I am on the judging panel of the newly launched Wentworth Woodhouse Screenplay Award (WWSA).

My track record with previous clients is excellent – See Testimonials.

This is what I love to do: To take your work – your passion – and help make your script the best that it can be.

Is your work safe with me?

In one word – Yes. The script and the idea will remain your property and will not be used by myself or passed on to any third party. Trust is a key aspect of this process and I pride myself on it.

How long does it take to receive a Script Report?

Usually, I will send out the script report within 5 working days of the agreed start date (and after receiving your screenplay). There are times when I am extremely busy, but if this is the case, I will let you know before we start working together.

I will always provide a professional and insightful report on your script, but be warned, there is no ego-rubbing here. I will be as honest as possible, but always with examples to back it up, and always for the same reason – To improve your Script.