Join my artistic journey on Patreon! I’ve had this blog for over five years now and for most of that time it’s been dormant. The trouble was, I didn’t know what to blog about. Now, after a complete revamp and a much needed rethink about where I’m heading (creatively and in life in general) I’m glad
Edward Bulwer-Lytton once said, ‘The pen is mightier than the sword.’ Of course, if you find yourself in a duel with a samurai you might opt for a sword. But the pen is all about avoiding that situation in the first place, isn’t it? Never underestimate the power of words. Let me be your samurai. Heck,
Hey there! This is my first post on Tumblr! Let’s hope it’s the first of many 🙂 Here you can expect to find my original micro-fiction, micro-scripts and maybe some poetry too. Most of what I will write will be comedy, but I make no promises (as I have been known to be serious from
“CAT BLACK” TO PREMIERE AT THE FRINGE!Directed by Peter Hosking. Starring Šárka VaculÍková, Stu Mentha, and Derek Dimir. SUMMARY:Cat Black is a new comedy from the creators of Déjà Vu and False Friends. Set in the near-distant future, a grieving neuroscientist transfers the consciousness of his beloved pet cat Tinkerbell into the body of his dead wife. However,
New play! Cat Black! To premiere at the Prague Fringe Festival in late May 2014.
Yes, I’ve written a new play, and this time it’s 50/50 drama/comedy. Well… I guess all theatre is technically drama… so maybe that should be 50/50 serious/funny. Either way, I think you get what I mean. The new play is titled “Plummet” and I’ve just recently entered it into the Patrick White Playwrights’ Award (one
Recently I took part in the 48 hour film project in Prague. If you haven’t heard about it before, it’s a competition in which teams only have forty-eight hours to write, storyboard, film, edit and produce a short film using a genre, line of dialogue, character, and a prop provided randomly by the festival organisers.
Hey! Check this out! I’m on the radio! This being my first radio interview I was pretty nervous I have to admit. Mind you, I wasn’t nervous all week in the run up to it, but then as soon as I sat down in that chair with my Prague Radio coffee mug in front of
“A young Australian moves to Prague to be with his girlfriend, and is soon harassed by an alcoholic grouch, a hypochondriac divorcee, and a delirious young woman. All three are dead, and the Australian is the man to help them find the light. If only he could understand a word of Czech. Sinister, surreal and side-splitting…
The cast of Deja Vu on the cover of The Prague Post Night and Day (Entertainment section).