More information about many of these projects, including samples of the work, can be found on the Portfolio page.

July-August 2018 HOLIDAY CLUB: Safari Sparks (Creative Director)
Original three-day church holiday club, for which I developed all material including assigning Biblical content to each segment, outlining the overall timetable structure, creating core characters and content outlines for each part, and writing sketches, poems, a theme song and a memory verse song.

March 2018 ARTICLE: Cambourne Church Lent Reflection
Short article written on behalf of Cambourne Church.

February 2018 SKETCH: The Shipping Forecast
Broadcast on Newsjack, Series 18, Episode 1, BBC Radio 4 Extra, Thursday 8th February 2018. 

December 2017 BLOG POST: The True Meaning Of Christmas?
Written for www.eden.co.uk's Advent Reflection's series.

August 2017 POEM: I Am Cain (self-published via Tumblr)
200 line poem retelling the Cain and Abel story in Genesis in Terza Rima and Rhyme Royal.

July 2017 HOLIDAY CLUB: Landlubbers (Creative Director)
Week-long church holiday club, loosely based on an outline by scripture union, but with different Bible Stories, completely new sketches and additional characters.

November 2015 - December 2016 SONNET SEQUENCE: FourteenĀ³ (self-published via Tumblr)
196 sonnets on a range of subjects.

January 2015 - September 2015 PICTURE BOOK SERIES: Tales Of Bassily (self-published via Kindle Direct Publishing)
Series retelling parables and teachings of Jesus in a single shared universe. Currently removed from publication.

November 2014 PICTURE BOOK: The Little Light (self-published via Kindle Direct Publishing)
Short Christmas story, loosely based on John 1. Currently removed from publication.

April - November 2012 INTERVIEW SERIES: Pillars Of The Community
Articles written for local magazine interviewing significant local figures.

February 2012 - August 2014 EDITORIAL TEAM: Cambourne Crier
Editing contributed articles, including occasional compositing of entire magazine.

Spring 2010 SHORT STORY: Town And Gown
Runner up (over 18s category) in the Transition Tales Short Story Competition 2010, organised by Transition Cambridge.