I wrote my first paranormal screenplay at the age of thirteen and named it after a road sign. Convinced it would find its way into the hands of a film director and me and my best friend would be cast in the starring roles, I entrusted it to my school drama teacher. DANGER ALIVE never made it to the big screen, but I continued to write and daydream my way through school and university, graduated with a first BA (Hons) in Film Studies, and spent the next few years working in the British Film Industry. I worked as a runner and a camera assistant, and fantasized about writing and directing my own movies. In 2000, I wrote and directed the short film COLOURS, which sold to Canal Plus (2001), and also camera operated on the Bafta nominated film AKA (2002). Today I can be found somewhere between Paris and London, along with my French husband and two young sons. I write YA fiction and am represented by the lovely Jo Williamson of Antony Harwood Ltd.
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