Please visit the links below to see some of my work online.
Work for The Roald Dahl Literary Estate
Creating new written content for all Roald Dahl’s stories, including Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Matilda and The BFG, as well as writing, editing, proofreading and layout of all content relating to Roald Dahl’s life, characters and archive.
Writing various blog posts, including:
Roald Dahl, the inventor
Five champion Danny facts
Five tricksy Twits facts
Children’s Book Week 2015
National Inventor’s Month 2015
International Day of Friendship 2015
Roald Dahl’s first story
Five fascinating Matilda facts
Five things you never knew about The BFG
World Book Night 2014
Work for Andrew Lloyd Webber’s The Really Useful Group
Written interviews with members of the London cast of The Phantom of the Opera, including Sofia Escobar (Christine)
Video blogs for the London production of The Wizard of Oz, for example: http://www.wizardofozthemusical.com/2011/07/19/in-the-wings-part-9/
Wrote the series of ‘Oz Blogs’ on Andrew Lloyd Webber’s website, which covered the BBC1 TV show ‘Over The Rainbow.’ Read the final blog here.
Feature – Over The Rainbow: Where Are They Now?
Feature – Through The Stage Door at Drury Lane.
Feature – Series of interviews with producers’ fundraising charity Stage One.
Feature – A Beginner’s guide to Eurovision.
Work for LiveUrbanLoveRural
Work for Spoonfed
Review – Untitled at The Finborough Theatre
Work for MyVillage
Feature – The Green Elephant in the Room, a look at ‘The Elephant Family’ project.
Feature – Project Freesheet, a movement opposed to the volume of free newspapers in London
Feature – Don’t Bottle It, looking at attempts to reduce the amount of bottled water sold in the UK.
Review – Punchdrunk’s The Masque of The Red Death at Battersea Arts Centre
Feature – Up The Junction, a look at the plans for Clapham Junction station
Several single and album reviews for popjustice in 2006 (Siobhan Donaghy – ‘Don’t Give It Up’, Dragonette – ‘Galore’, Lumidee – ‘Crazy’, The Bird and The Bee – ‘Again and Again’ and Loney, Dear – ‘Saturday Waits’.)
BBC Nottingham feature on 2004’s ‘Biggest Liar’.
Click here for work published in print.