Here as some examples of my work. If you would like to discuss any of my projects, or others in development please reach out via my CONTACTS page.



Teenager Tabs plans to spend the summer with her estranged mother until the discovery of the truth has Tabs trying to find her way home.

Strawberry is published with Transform Plays. To discuss Strawberry and license please contact me directly.

Strawberry World Premiere visit HERE

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Two estranged brothers, Matt and Jay, in their early 30s, come back together as one fights testicular cancer and the other battles addiction.

Brothers completes its national and international tour at Melbourne Fringe Oct 22.

To obtain a copy or Brothers or enquire about license please contact me directly.

For more information and REVIEWS on Brothers visit HERE

TV Series

Wish Upon a Star

6 x 60’s Drama

A family-run fancy dress shop ‘Wish Upon a Star’ struggles to stay afloat while their hired costumes change lives. 

Pilot ‘Once Upon a School Day’ 

Script and series pitch available on request.

Developed with script editor Hayley McKenzie – Script Angel

Illustration by Kerry Drumm



Military wife Jackie battles to survive the impact of war and tragedy when her husband returns home forcing the unravelling of their marriage, and exposing betrayal within her own ranks.

Tanked was optioned by December Media and developed into a TV series.

“TANKED flowed beautifully and held my attention throughout. Without spewing out too many superlatives, it was authentic, believable, vivid, concise, economical, restrained, endearing, empathetic, witty, poignant and quirky!”

Adam Elliot, Director, ACADEMY AWARD® Harvey Krumpet.

“I can tell you I would never go and see this film. I was hard-pressed holding it together reading it. Parents losing children is something I just can’t cope with. But – it’s superbly written. I think it’s absolutely brilliant. It’s funny and incredibly moving without ever tipping over into anything remotely sentimental. Bloody great! I read in one sitting, straight through without my mind wandering once.”

Marc Craste, Director BAFTA winner – Jo-Jo and the Stars.

To view LIVE Script Read of TANKED SAMPLE for Moving Stories



1F – monologue – 10 mins (2019)

ANNIE HOVACK, sassy, gobby, trapped, mean, kind, and super fucking smart has just been arrested. So, maybe not that smart?

  • One of 20 pieces selected for Women of Voices 2020 – Sydney, touring NSW.
  • Selected for Madwomen Monologues, Baggage Productions (2019) – performed by Samantha Hill , Director Lucy Norton.


1M – Monologue – 10 mins (2020)

Bisto, arrested for punching his Father, at his Father’s funeral, justifies his arrest while he waits for his mug shot.

  • One of six plays selected for PlaySix Festival, 2020Dir: Carl Whiteside
  • Beneath the SurfaceTurn Point Theatre, London, 2020
  • Selected for Short Works Series, Wyndham Theatre, 2020
  • Pre-production – Short Experimental Film – 2022

Half of Me

1 Role – Female, Monologue – 20 mins

Helen attempts to justify the abandonment of her daughter Tabs when she discovers a letter from Tabs post marked two years ago.

  • Selected for as one of six plays for the PlaySix festival – performed at the Gasworks, Melbourne, featuring Melanie Madrigali, directed by Alicia Benn-Lawler. 
  • Reached the final round of Reboot theatre submission. 
  • Reached the final round of Canal Shorts.
  • The film version, featuring Lee McClenaghan and directed by Katrina Mathers – world premiere St Kilda Film Festival and various festivals worldwide.
  • Nominated ‘Best Screenplay’ Maverick Movie Awards, LA

Be Someone Today

ONE ACT – 3 Roles – 35-45 mins

Three connected lives are separately impacted  by the destructive actions of one person.

  • Selected for ADP ‘Script Aloud’ (Manchester UK) produced script reading – 2019 – featuring – Nicki Davy, Simon Cove and Amy Halliday, directed by Leni Murphy
  • Shortlisted (7%) Supernova 8 Festival of One Act Plays, Bench Theatre, UK – 2019

Short Films

Half of Me

Half of Me

A mother finds a letter from her daughter postmarked nearly two years ago.

Directed by Katrina Mathers


  • St Kilda Film Festival – (official selection – 2019)
  • International Short Film Festival – (official selection – 2019)
  • Rome Film Festival – (official selection)
  • Special Mention, UK Seasonal Short Film Festival
  • Moscow Shorts (official selection – 2019)
  • Short to the Point, Official Selection (official selection – Sept 2019)
  • London Independent Film Festival ‘Best Actress – Lee McClenaghan’ WINNER
  • Sanctuary International Film Festival – (official selection – 2019) Australia
  • Maverick Film Awards, LA, (official selection – 2019) ‘Best Screenplay – Kerry Drumm. 2020
  • Maverick Film Awards, LA, (official selection – 2019) ‘Best Actress – Lee McClenaghan’. 2020
  • Maverick Film Awards, LA (official selection – 2019) ‘Best Short Film’. 2020
  • Rome Prisma Independent Film Awards (Official Selection, 2020)
  • Sydney World Film Festival (Official Selection, 2020)
  • GIFF – Geelong International Film Festival (Official Selection, 2020)

Half of Her

A father is conflicted as to whether he should forward a letter to his teenage daughter.

Directed by Harry Anderson


  • International Short Film Festival – (official selection – 2019)
  • Sydney World Film Festival (Official Selection, 2020)
  • GIFF – Geelong International Film Festival (Official Selection, 2020)

All of Me

Teenager, Tabs, deliberates on opening a letter she’s waited over two years to arrive.

Directed by Lee McClenaghan


  • Lorne Short Film Finalist (2019)
  • International Short Film Festival – (official selection – 2019)
  • Sydney World Film Festival (Official Selection, 2020)
  • GIFF – Geelong International Film Festival (Official Selection, 2020)

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