The End. Sit back and feel that wave of satisfaction. Done it. Seventy-thousand words. A great ending. A strong start. Plenty of twists. Sags a bit in the middle. Needs a bit of work there. That character is a stereotype. That part is unbelievable. Is it really any good? It's dire. Back to the start. … Continue reading DOUBT
Gustav sat on his foldout chair, staring at the carved tree trunk. The gathered crowd waited for his next movement. The Monterey Wood Carving Festival had finished two weeks ago. The other sculptures had since been removed. Gustav had become a local celebrity. He would leave when he was sure it was finished. He picked up … Continue reading PERFECTION
Mark met Bob from Accounting at the bottom of the stairs. 'Another Monday morning,' said Bob, as they began the trudge up to the office. Mark grunted in reply. Bob began every Monday with the same conversation. 'Don't you ever feel like we're hamsters in a wheel, going round and round and getting nowhere?' Bob continued. 'There … Continue reading THE WRITER’S SPIRAL
Made for BBC Scotland's Sportscene Results show - how to cover a football game when you have no footage to show....
Edited on Avid Composer v3.5
A short setup piece for the London Olympics 2012 and BBC Sport to introduce weightlifter Zoe Smith, at 17, the youngest in the competition.
Broadcast on BBC One.
Edited on Avid Composer v5.5 with Sapphire effects.