I started writing short stories in 2011 but never took it seriously until joining Absolute Write, where I was contacted by a member of the T-Party. Since then, I’ve been what you might call a ‘serious’ writer, although I’m yet to give up my day job.
I’ve had stories published in Shadows And Tall Trees, and in Black Static. My short story “Red Rabbit” made Ellen Datlow’s longlist for Best Horror Of The Year 2014, and “When Charlie Sleeps” was reprinted as part of the “Best British Horror 2014″ anthology, edited by Johnny Mains. In September 2014 my short story “Ptichka” was published as part of “Horror Uncut: Tales Of Social Insecurity and Economic Unease”, out now from Gray Friar Press. In 2015, my short story “The Grey Men” appeared in Black Static.
As of May 2015, I’m in the early stages of writing a novel.
I live in Essex, under extreme duress, and when I’m not making things up I enjoy reading, travelling, anime, video games, collecting tattoos, dyeing my hair strange colours and making up nicknames for my cats.'