I write books.
Actually I write a lot of stuff.
Most recently I've published Receiver Of Wreck, the first in a series aimed at younger readers in the Young Adult age bracket. Before that was The Dust Of Exodus, a science fiction novel dealing with science, commerce and the human condition. I also wrote and photographed my travelogue Stills From The World's Largest Film Set. That one dealt with some time I spent living in New York, where I interned at the world's greatest developmental theatre (Ensemble Studio Theatre of Hell's Kitchen) and (surprise, surprise) wrote and produced a bunch of plays.
Now before that I wrote a lot of theatre reviews, and acted in a lot of plays - highlights include touring to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival back in 2013. I also won awards for short story writing, picking up first prizes at the Winchester Writer's Festival in 2009 and 2011. And back before that when I was an English Student (and Creative Writing) I used to write this column for the Times Higher Education Supplement.
When I'm not writing, or editing or whatever, I work my various day jobs, drive cars with no roofs, windsurf and like that. I recently ran my first marathon, I continue to act and in 2019 I received my Masters Degree in Fine Art. I've also competed in a few half-marathons (road and trail). I'm an active street photographer, and spent a lot of the last year photographing the Extinction Rebellion protests in London (twice), Cardiff, Bristol and Birmingham. The results, and a great deal else, can be found on my website - languageandpictures.com
Oh yeah, there's another novel coming soon.