I’m a freelance writer and filmmaker born in 1975 in The Gong who now lives in Bathurst, New South Wales, Australia with my wife and two sons.
I used to make my own mystery books in the fourth grade by typing them out on an old Olivetti and I drew my first five fingered human-being when I was four years old.
In 2004 I pitched a comic series to Image Comics and I’ve contributed cartoons and designed a cover for the Litmus Journal of Melbourne in 2007.
I worked with the Victims of Crime department in Sydney and rubbed shoulders with ex-cons, stand over men, and sought restitution for their victims.
In 2014 I founded a production company, Glitchfilms, alongside my producing partner. In 2015 I wrote and directed an independent horror film, The Lights, which was released in selected cinemas. I self-published the tie-in behind-the-scenes e-book ‘Dark Light: How to Get Your Horror Film into Cinemas’.
I write every day and try to put some of myself into my writing. My passion is crime fiction and favourite authors include Karin Slaughter and Michael Robotham, and graphic novels by Neil Gaiman and Grant Morrison.