1999 onwards — Published freelance journalist, contributing to various publications mainly on the subjects of travel and cinema
2007 & 2008 — Shortlisted in the British Short Screenplay Competition
2015 — Novel Johnny Zero published through Calenture Press
2015 — Wrote and directed the short film Co-Là Breith, which was nominated for Best Film at the FilmG Gaelic Film Awards.
2017 — Short story Jackson Pollock published in the third Crooked Holster crime fiction anthology
June 2018 — Won second place in a poetry competition affiliated to a project on male eating disorders at the University of Nottingham.
July 2018 — Co-authored a paper on the challenges of the writer’s role in Games Jams for the associated website for the Beyond Stereotypes – Literature and Video Games conference at the University of St Andrews.
2007/08 — TAPS Training & Performance Showcase. Writing for Continuing Drama/Script Editing for Continuing Drama. Series of focused workshops on writing and script-editing for continuing drama, working with practitioners from Emmerdale, The Bill, Doctors and Coronation Street.
June 2018 — Presented a paper on ‘Narrative Focalisation and Video Games’ at the Beyond Stereotypes – Literature and Video Games conference at the University of St Andrews.
May 2019 — Presented a paper on ‘Emanant narratology in videogames and its implications for creative writers’ at the Symposium on Fantasy and the Fantastic at the University of Glasgow
June 2019 — Presented a paper on ‘A Bourdieusian reading of “digital anxiety” and how it pertains to fiction writers’ at the Creative Writing: Processes, Theories, Influences conference at the University of Edinburgh.