TV

EASTENDERS (BBC)

8 x 30' episodes.

THEATRE

SKETCHING

One of eight writers selected to co-author a full length play with James Graham. Directed by Thomas Hescott for performance at Wilton's Music Hall until 27th October 2018. Published by Methuen.

VIGIL

Public showcase of short play following week long R&D at the Barbican

HEAR ME NOW

Audition monologues commissioned for publication compiled by Titi Dawudu and working with Company 3. Published by Oberon.

JIGSAW

Play commissioned by the Migration Museum for in school performance in July 2016, directed by Julia Voce. Published by Methuen.

VEILED & VINEGAR

Play commissioned and performed at Redbridge Drama Centre in November 2015. Based on a short play commissioned by Tamasha Theatre Company and with development support from Old Vic New Voices and Unity Theatre and performed at Redbridge Drama Centre & Contact Theatre, 2014.

THE FAIRY KING

Short play performed at Orange Tree Theatre as part of 'Juicy Bits' new writing showcase in June 2015.

SPACE INVADERS

Short play performed at Orange Tree Theatre in response to the theatre's main production of Widowers Houses, 2015.

BORDER LIES​

Full length play developed with Kali Theatre​ Company for rehearsed public reading at Soho ​Theatre, 2012.

DOWNFALL​

Short play commissioned by Tamasha Theatre ​Company for rehearsed public reading at Soho ​Theatre, 2011; Also performed at the Tristan Bates Theatre for Equal Writes, 2013.

BLIND LOVE​

Short play shortlisted for The Windsor Fringe ​Kenneth Branagh Award for New Drama​ Writing, 2011.

FOR THE LOVE OF HER​

Short play for Write Now Festival reading at ​Brockley Jack Studio Theatre, 2010.

FILM

ORIGAMI

Short film starring Pearl Mackie and Nicholas Pinnock. Directed by Jemma Gross, produced by Elektra Films. Currently in post production.

TOO MANY BALLS

​Writer & Director of Short film, 2004. Shown at Bite the Mango Film festival.

FICTION

WHEN DID YOU LEAVE ​HEAVEN.

Short story published in December edition of BBC’s Ariel, 2010.

PURPLE RAIN​

Short story Winner of BBC Ariel’s short story​ competition, 2010.