I've been a freelance journalist for 25 years and have written for a diverse range of publications including The Wine Enthusiast, The Scotsman and BBC online. I also have written several plays and films that have been produced. Below is a small sample of my work.
Set in a dystopian New York, where poets control access to the vocabulary, one person wants to tell another what they feel, but they do not own the words to do it. Can they get a share of LOVE before it's all bought up by the elite?
4 actors (gender-neutral)
The Offering was conceived as a radio drama for the Radio COTE 24-hour newsroom in New York City in January 2013. It was re-written and work-shopped on stage, for The Network One-Act Festival, New York City, in February 2014. The Offering was voted “Best Play” by audience and industry members, at the Network One-Act Festival, New York City.
Two suburban couples on opposite ends of the gun control debate try to have a casual dinner party. But as the tension builds, they are forced to confront the truth and find, to their shock, that they share a mutual compassion. But can they stop the forces that are trying to keep them at odds with each other? As Hell (the living room) literally freezes over, the tame, suburban couples find themselves taking on the biggest threats to our humanity: politicians and news oligarchs, both represented by demons haunting their homes.
4 actors (gender neutral)
Treadmill received a rehearsed reading at Women in the Arts and Media "Conversations in America" event in 2017