Film/Drama:

Clay (BBC Film) Starring Imelda Staunton

The Snow Queen (BBC Film) Starring Juliet Stevenson and Patrick Stewart

The Worst Witch (ITV) RTS/BAFTA nominated

Knight School (ITV) RTS nominated

Mud (BBC) starring Russell Tovey

Coping with… (Ch4) BAFTA award winner

Outside (feature film) executive producer – in development

Animation series:

Bob The Builder + specials (BBC) BAFTA award winner

Noddy (BBC)

Budgie The Little Helicopter (ITV)

Philbert The Frog (BBC)

Coconuts (ITV) Narrated by Richard Briers

Toby’s Travelling Circus (Ch5)

TV Series:

Conspiracy (CH5)

South Of The River (CH4)

The Great Dinosaur Trail (ITV)

Fimbles (BBC)

Smile (BBC)

Diggit (ITV/Disney)

Wake Up In The Wild Room (ITV/Disney)

Parallel 9 (BBC)

Wolf It (ITV)

 

Projects:

The Snow Queen ‘live’ (Barbican Hall, Cadogan Hall)

Frankenstein – The Creation (Theatre)

Quatermass And The Pit (Outdoor hypertheatre)

The Shining Signing Star (Nativity play) signing and singing

No Going Back (Calstock Jazz festival)

Celestial (Port Eliot Festival)

Sea Fever (Words and Music Festival) Plymouth University 2015

James/Joyce (songwriting partnership)

CD:

The Snow Queen (Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Juliet Stevenson, soloists and choirs) album

Time (Steve Howe) album

No Lucky Days (Webster Wraight Ensemble) album

Can We Fix It (Bob the Builder) single and album

Jamie (Sense) single

Hold On (Sense) single

3 Minutes Later (Sense) single

Reasons For Living (Sense) single

Hold On (Sense) album

Reet Petite (Pinky and Perky) single

Frankenstein – The Creation (Soundtrack) album

Q – Live From a Quarry (Soundtrack) album

All Systems Gone (Presence) album

Awards

Ivor Novello – best selling UK single of 2000