CREATIVE: Scriptwriting

My first script for TV was a Doctors episode, Four Year Itch, for BBC1. This stand-alone story that found the humour in scabies opened the floodgates to a career that has so far notched up 50 episodes of prime time TV, a Soap Award nomination for 'Best Exit' and the opportunity of being part of The Bill’s writing team that won the Writers’ Guild Award for Best Soap/Continuing Drama. While writing for returning series, I have also been developing original ideas and have had work optioned by Rollem, Carnival, GreenAcre, Clifton Scott Productions & Kindle Entertainment to name
a few.
I was selected to take part in a series of THINK, SHOOT DISTRIBUTE workshops run in association with the London Film Festival and wrote and co-directed my first short film, Dancing Alone, in February 2017.
I have recently been selected to take part in a series of masterclasses 'Advanced Writing for TV Drama' run by MediaXchange starting in July 2017.

For sample scripts please contact my agent, Alison Finch.

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Maddie & Anna’s Big Picture, Diva Books, 2002
‘A delicate, witty picture of modern life, containing some great turns of style and gorgeous, classic observations on life. I loved it because it just feels real’
Russell T Davies

‘Girls and girls, girls and boys, boys and boys and - blessed relief - not a stereotype among them. Marlow paints a version of love and lust that
is gratifingly honest in its intraicacies, thoughtful in its language’

Stella Duffy

I enroled for Anthony McGowan's Writing for Children at The Faber Academy in 2015 and I have just completed my first Young Adult novel, I Miss You Already.


The first title in my series of Early Readers, Frazzle’s Favourite Number, illustrated by Anna Todd, was chosen by Mumsnet as their first ever eBook giveaway. Bertie Makes a New Friend is Dogs Trust's official ‘Be Dog Smart’ story companion.



My first short, Dancing Alone, co-directed with Nick Swannell, follows a woman’s struggle to face the outside world following her partner’s death. Shot on location in London over five days, the film won Best British Drama and I won Best Actor for my performance as Jennifer at the Discover Film Awards 2017. Watch the trailer at

Travelogue, Building Bridges, was inspired during a roadtrip from London to Copenhagen as I set out to travel across the awe-inspiring Oresund Bridge. Travelling through France, Belgium, Germany and Denmark to get to Sweden, the importance of bridges became a thought-provoking motif. Currently in post-production, May 2017.

Drumworks is a London charity that uses drumming as a tool to inspire people creatively. I am producing and directing a short film to showcase the charity’s work. In pre-production, due to shoot in July 2017.

To see my work visit my YouTube Channel.

Dancing AloneBuilding BridgesDrumworks