In 2014, my first book was published – The Who’s Who of Doctor Who. You can find it across the world in all major booksellers (Waterstone’s and Barnes & Noble, for example) and specialists outlets. You can also find it online on Amazon, Forbidden Planet and places like that. My second Doctor Who book will coming out later in 2014.
A Doctor Who documentary I directed, Who’s Changing – An Adventure in Time with Fans, was also released in 2014 and played at various film festivals across the world and is available on Amazon and from the Who’s Changing website HERE.
I also contribute (non~Doctor Who related) articles, news, reviews and interviews for The Huffington Post, Cult Box, Den of Geek and Last Broadcast whilst you can sometimes find me on BBC London 94.9, BBC World News (see below), Good Day Sacramento (also below) can, STV’s film show, Moviejuice, BBC Radio Scotland and BBC Radio Essex.
Academically, I have an MA (Hons) in Film & Visual Culture and an MLitt in Visual Culture. Currently, I’m undertaking a practical~based PhD in Visual Culture whilst also assisting in the teaching of various film courses at the University of Aberdeen.
number of the courses I completed during my undergrad and postgrad
career involved practical film~making. I worked closely with director Raúl Ruiz (Klimt, Time Regained) and interviewed Alex Cox (Repo Man, Sid & Nancy) for a documentary and David Mackenzie (Young Adam, Hallam Foe) for my undergraduate dissertation.
You can see some of the films I made on the University of Aberdeen’s film site HERE (titled In The Blink Of An Eye and ABZ) whilst some of my other work can be found here: short film Don’t Kill My Fake Baby and a documentary about Raul Rúiz.
Finally, I would like to thank the BBC, all the lovely people at BBC Worldwide, BBC Previews, BBC Pictures and Silva Screen for all their assistance with Blogtor Who – it is very much appreciated.