Neil regularly writes kids TV with Neil Richards. Together they were core writers on Cbeebies show Messy Goes To Okido, writing 13 episodes, and are developing a new animation project for the same team. He regularly provides writing services for video game, interactive and digital narrative projects and is also an experimental theatre maker. Neil was also shortlisted for the John Rhys Llewellyn Award for Literature for his book The Broken String: The Lost Words of an Extinct People, which was published by Penguin in 2005.
Lead writer with Neil Richards on the second series. Currently writing.
Digital book series, with Season Butler
Core Writer with Neil Richards. 13 x 11′ episodes. Currently showing on Cbeebies.
Many games for all platforms, including Driver, You Don’t Know Jack, Buzz, Grand Theft Auto, Papa Sangre, The Nightjar, Nightmare High, Supersight, Fit to Serve
Major awards and nominations
—BBC ‘Content 360’ First Prize: Interactive Narrative, 2007 (writer, narrative design)
—D&AD Yellow Pencil nomination for scripting The Nightjar, 2012 (named)
—Lovie winner in the ‘Writing’ category for Nightmare High, 2012 (named)
—BAFTA winner ’Best Children’s Interactive’, Nightmare High, 2012 (writer)
—BAFTA nomination ’Best Mobile’, The Nightjar, 2011 (writer)
—BAFTA winner ’Best Social Game’, Buzz, 2006 (writer)
—D&AD Yellow Pencil nomination for ’Outstanding Achievement’, 2007 (named)
—BAFTA winner ’Best Social Game’, 2006 (writer)
—John Rhys Llewellyn Award for Literature The Broken String: The Lost Words of an Extinct People, published by Penguin (shortlist), 2005
—BAFTA nomination ’Best Comedy in Interactive Format’, 1997 (writer)