I was born in Prescot, in the UK, and was interested in storytelling from a young age when I started making short films with friends. As I got older, my interest in screenwriting grew, leading me to write feature film scripts and further short films that I also enjoyed acting in. Acting led me to community theatre, where I performed in a number of plays in and around Liverpool. It was during this time that I started writing my debut novel, A Single Source of Truth.
Bitten by the theatre bug, I wrote and directed my first stage play, Millionaires Anonymous, which was performed at the Unity Theatre in 2015 and toured the North West in 2016. I went on to write my next play, Mummy's Boy, which was one of six finalists of the Liverpool Hope Playwriting Prize in 2017. I adapted the opening scene of Mummy's Boy into a short film, which is currently working its way around film festivals.
I currently live in Liverpool with my wife, and I'm writing my next book. To be one of the first to find out more, sign up to my mailing list here.