Laura completed an MA in writing for Script and Screen at Falmouth University in 2020. Laura works on contemporary original drama for TV and Stage as a solo writer, and works collaboratively with her writing partner, Jasmine Jagger (represented by Casarotto Ramsay) on adaptations for TV. This year Laura made the top 100 scripts for BBC Writers Academy for 2021 with her contemporary drama Shame. Laura initially trained as an actress at The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, where she wrote a sitcom with a peer and several sketches for stage.
Reyda is screenwriter based in Barbados. She is a graduate of Falmouth Univerity's MA Writing for Script and Screen programme where she earned a first-class honours degree.
Alexander is a UK based screenwriter.
He holds a distinction from Falmouth University's MA Writing for Script and Screen programme. He spent many years as a camera operator and editor before turning his hand to writing.
Alexander is available for screenwriting, script editing and script coverage.
DANIEL C. TUCK
Daniel C. Tuck is a UK based screenwriter who specialises in writing for horror. He holds a distinction from Falmouth University's MA Writing for Script and Screen programme.
Marcus Armstrong is a screenwriter and actor based in the South West. He holds a Distinction at Masters Level from the Falmouth University MA, Writing for Script and Screen, and currently works as a freelance script reader, script editor and voice actor. He is also an Executive Producer with The Script Department and frequently contributes his screenplays to their podcast. As well as this, Marcus has placed in several screenwriting competitions and has a film in pre-production, slated to begin shooting in 2021. He has a particular interest in personal dramas and the way in which comedy can be used within heavy dramatic works to deliver deep emotional beats. He enjoys telling stories with a conscience, delving into research to create the most impactful and honest piece of work possible, be that for comedy, drama, horror or any combination of the genre. Marcus currently lives in the rural town of Gillingham in Dorset with his wife, where he enjoys writing with a view over the Blackmore Vale.
Brad is a UK based screenwriter. He is a graduate of Falmouth University's MA Writing for Script and Screen programme.
As an actor, Ben has appeared on Spooks, Holby City, Casualty and My Family. A regular on BBC’s Doctors, Ben was also a writer on the show. He creates original content for TV, Film and Radio. Ben lives in Brighton and swims in the sea for inspiration. Ben has an MA in Screenwriting studies and regularly contributes episodes for The Script Department podcast.
Belinda Lees is a screenwriter, playwright, educator, and graduate with distinction from Falmouth University’s Masters Writing for Script and Screen course. She is a regular contributor to John Finnegan’s The Script Department podcast, has written nineteen children’s plays for The School Magazine, Australia’s longest-running literary publication for children, together with poems for other literary magazines. She has won both The Todhunter Literary Award and the Professor L. Marchant Award for her plays for adults. Her style ranges from dramatic to absurdist comic.
United States, United Kingdom
Chris is a screenwriter from Scotland, currently working at a South-Florida based production company where he writes, produces and provides script supervision on a variety of reality programmes, as well as working in show development for documentaries and new content. He recently graduated with a distinction from Falmouth University's MA Writing for Script and Screen Programme, developing a particular interest in writing both Drama and Comedy. Chris writes and performs his own contributions to the Script Department podcast.
Seoul, South Korea
Tom Carter is an international screenwriter, researcher and educator who divides his time between the UK and South Korea. He holds a distinction from Falmouth University’s Writing for Script and Screen programme and is a current PhD Creative Writing candidate with Lancaster University. His research interests are the practice and theory of transnational screenwriting, story structure - particularly East Asian narrative and storytelling - and how cultural perspectives inform the screenwriting process. With a particular interest in the drama, thriller and dark comedy genres, he is an active writer and consumer of films. Tom grew in in Birmingham, UK, and currently resides in Seoul, South Korea, where he teaches English and creative writing.