SPECIAL RATE FOR FEBRUARY: Book and pay by the end of February to get 30% off of any service, (actual services maybe carried over into March and beyond if more than one session is required).
I not only work as a screenwriter, draft writer and proof reader, I also coach, report and consult on screenplays. Whatever stage you are at, whatever length your project, I can help. I started to teach screenwriting in 2010 as I finished my Master’s Degree, and have always loved to share knowledge and studying. I also troubleshoot drafts in development with production companies too. I offer a range of services, from basic reports to one on one development and draft writing. Below is a short list, but please contact me with any queries or if you have something in mind. I also regularly run specials, as I know how necessary, but how tough it is for writers in a world where development funds and accurate feedback are scarce! Below Also check my 23 Films page on FACEBOOK for details!
- Professional, classic, industry report for feature length screenplays. Short synopsis, evaluation and development notes. 4/5 pages approx. £95.00 for screenplays up to 120 pages. Add on £1.00 for every page thereafter.
- Short film screenplay report. Concept evaluation and development notes. 1-2 pages. £20.00 for anything up to 15 pages. Add on £1 for every extra page after.
- Screenplay report for TV half hour, or a long short film. Log line, evaluation and development notes. 2-3 pages. £35.00 for anything from 30 pages to 45 pages.
- 1 hour format for TV or short feature: £55.00 for 45 to 65 pages.
One on one, face to face coaching:
For features I charge £150 per initial hour, via internet or, £200 in person, inclusive of project report/assessment and written feedback notes on any given project. Further development/coaching slots are £70 for the same project, or at my discretion. I also accept half hour consultation slots for short projects, at £25.00, but only via internet.
For draft writing, ghost writing, polish/proof reading, trouble shooting, whatever-you-need, I quote per job.