Here is a portfolio of other work I’ve been involved in.
Audio Interviews (Soundcloud)
I have conducted multiple interviews, mainly with my time as Head of Speech and Drama at the University of Manchester’s Fuse FM Student Radio Station. Here are some samples of some interviews:
(Eric and the Barbarian was nominated for ‘Best Interview’ at UoM’s Societies and Media Awards 2017).
Untold Stories (video project)
A project in which I interview random people about their stories and experiences in the world. The project is currently undergoing a hiatus due to files becoming missing and a lack of recording equipment. Here are some samples:
The Fronts (play)
A play written and produced by me with the University of Manchester’s Drama Society’s event Two Pairs of Shorts. Original cast and crew included Jess Wiehler as director, Maddie Twigg as producer, and starred Tom Jones as James, Agnes Houghton-Boyle as Helen, Christian Henrichsen as Sebastian, Callie Davidson as Nicole, and Emily Brocklehurst as Postwoman.
SYNOPSIS: A British couple, the Fronts, move to Louisiana, US to lead a new life. Both suffer from alexithymia, a condition that means they have no emotions (although they can feel the physical effects). The play turns into a comedy-of-manners as the couple’s neighbours, the Donovans, misinterpret an affair going on. The play does not make comedy of the Fronts’ condition, rather makes social commentary on how we all put up a front in life.
The Echoes of Yalmox (radio play)
Currently in production, The Echoes of Yalmox tells the fantasy story of storytelling tribespeople recounting the tale of the great legend Yalmox. But who is Yalmox? And how much can be interpreted from the echoes that are left behind?
CAST: Narrator: Paul Pascall, Ghree: Ben Pointon, Bramon: Corin Silva, Crial: Ellie Royle, Paladas: Issy Rayner, Diok: Ashwin Mehta, Helki & Yalmox: Ellie Tivey & Yalmox: Patrick Davenport.
Music to be done by Zoe Kent.
A short documentary film by Lily McGinn on football fans where I play a small part. Lily and I have had the pleasure of working together on an audio feature about sex workers in the UK (Alice Down the Rabbit Hole), which we are currently trying to make public as soon as we get media release forms from the interviewees.