I'm a founder of Sleepdogs and member of the band Angel Tech. I write for theatre, TV, radio, film and pervasive media. I occasionally perform stuff.
My work has been commissioned by Bristol Old Vic, Theatre Bristol, Paines Plough, Forest Fringe, BAC, Arnolfini and the BBC, amongst others.
I react badly if woken mid-hibernation, but luckily I can't climb trees.
Angel Tech is a sci-fi pop group making blissed out noises using unexpected equipment and a backlog of recordings that began in 1995. We've toured and released records.
Sleepdogs is a collaboration with Tanuja Amarasuriya. We formed in 2009 and we create things inspired by a love of hybrid approaches and inspirations in theatre, film, sound and live art.
In 2007 a series of tropical storms caused me to break off from my parent island and ultimately I was classified as a new, independent land mass.
Now and then I write critically about Live Art and Theatre (most recently for Venue in Bristol and Realtime in Australia) and I perform solo gigs under the name The Heath Robinson.
Plus there's a picture of me looking sad on Sadplaywright.com, here.