Mark is an award winning writer, filmmaker and all round creative misfit. He exists in the UK where he has a wife, two demonic children and a demented dog who chases invisible pixies for a living.
Mark used to be a guy who let a hundred different forms of fear hold his creativity back. He used to write stories and only share them with a few close friends, or they would stay forever locked on an ancient, monolithic PC; never to see the light of day.
He then went through what can only be described as a genetic mutation. He shed his fear, threw out everything he thought he knew about writing and started anew.
Two new screenplays reach the finals of prestigious competitions, including a Western!
A nice way to end 2020. A poem written by Mark has been published.
Gangers, a short horro screenplay by Mark, has won best short script at the 11th Boobs and Blood Film Festival in LA.
Mark has been a busy creative bee during lockdown.
Two new short screenplays have been added to the script section.
Mark’s script ‘Ganglers’ has won best short horror screenplay at Shriekfest
Mark attended the 50th Nashville Film Festival where his screenplay Cyborn received a nomination for best comedy feature
One of Mark’s short films is being showcased at the coolest,craziest place on Earth.
Several of Mark’s short films are to be broadcast on UK TV.
Mark’s film ‘Surrender’ has been adapted into a short graphic novel.
Updates include a new short horror script and a meeting with TV Producer Nicola Larder
Mark recently won trips to Pinewood Studios and The House of Commons with his script, The Broken Kingdom.
A new short film has been added to the Produced & Published page.
A podcast interview and live table read of Cyborn on the Script Shop Show.
Talent Campus is an extraordinary screenwriting immersion experience
A new short script is now available
One of Mark’s short scripts has won a table read by professional actors at the Wildsound Film Festival in Toronto, Canada.
A blog about the best screenwriting festival in the world, the London Screenwriting Festival.
Two of Mark’s short stories have been published in sci-fi and horror anthologies
Two of Mark’s short scripts have been adapted into comic format, complete with soundtracks.