I am an Anglophone writer, born, bred and fed on the beautiful and inspirational Earth landmass traditionally known as the North Wales coast.
After a short but critically acclaimed career producing graphics for computer games, I have been developing my writing for about a decade and have discovered I love to surprise, trick and puzzle but above all to entertain.
To date I have written a short satirical play, ‘Rib Day’, which was shortlisted in 2007 for a Stellar Network Open Page performance and reached the top ten shortlist of the Windsor Fringe Marriot award, beating more than two hundred international entries to gain the prize of a critique by Jenny Seagrove.
I have a number of short stories, some of which have novel potential, a series of poems that are prime material for illustrated children’s books or animation and I have authored a regular weblog for a few years.
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