I’m a writer currently based in Kent, whose career so far has included script work for Network, Anderson Entertainment and Big Finish Productions. I can often be found lurking at various conventions up and down the country, and even in various recording & film studios on occasion.
From 2003 to 2006 I studied Film Radio and TV at Canterbury Christ Church University. Ive written more than a few tongue-in-cheek articles and features for several cult TV websites including an episode guide to the infamous 1970s action-flop The Adventurer, where I went into more detail about the show than anyone else in the history of the human race. And yes, that includes the people who wrote it in the first place.
I also enjoy video editing and have a youtube channel featuring musical tribute videos to favourite TV series and performers, various rare oddities from the VHS age, and spoof mini-episodes of Captain Scarlet where absolutely everybody except the title character dies repeatedly for no reason. Those go over terribly well.
Also, if its not obvious by now, I am a total geek with a strong love of old television and films. Sometimes even things made in colour. I’ve recently started a webseries, Timewarp TV, in which I indulge my vintage TV obsession by reviewing forgotten shows of yesteryear. That’s also available on my youtube channel.
2015 saw the release of my first full-length script commission with an episode in Terrahawks Volume 1 from Big Finish Productions, with a further two episodes in Volume 2 and two more in Volume 3. I also wrote the booklet for Big Finish’s 50th Anniversary Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons boxset, which was released in September 2017.
In addition to my writing I also rather have a hankering to become a voice actor, and can be heard in the background on one or two Big Finish releases. So, if you need a silly voice or two – well, I’m here for you. I mean that. So if you’re looking for a sort of person to sort of do something writing or acting video-related, I may just be the person looking you’re looking for. Anything’s possible.
Last, but definitely not least, I’m also the Vice President of the Official Chase Masterson Fan Club. Because really, who else was it going to be?