Television Screenplays

Writing for television is a different kettle of fish to writing screenplays.  I am lucky to have had some great tutors. It is much more collaborative in it’s nature as you’re often bringing someone else’s story to life. But also, you need to know how to write for television. The pacing is often faster, the structure less fluid and of course page count although not as important in the days of streaming) matters more. 
I’ve written numerous pilots, some of which have had some pretty big talent attached and one of which has been made (see my list).
I can’t wait to write more though – it’s one of my favourite forms of writing as you are able to spend a lot more time with your creations!

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