Neil is a Scottish script supervisor, director and award winning writer with bases in Shipley, West Yorkshire and with bases in Glasgow and Dumfries and Galloway.
As a script supervisor he has has over 4 years experience working in feature films, high end drama and multi-cam television and has been described as a collaborative, thorough and conscientious script supervisor with a good knowledge of film and cinematic language.
Neil is an an aspiring director and has directed nearly twenty of short films and micro-documentaries and is currently seeking funding for his next short film which he hopes to direct by spring 2021.
He recently become a ScreenCraft Finalist with his feature horror comedy, Tartan Army, reaching the final of the 2020 Horror Screenwriting Competition. Neil has been a finalist and winner with two short film scripts in a number of other sci-fi and horror genre specific screenwriting competitions.
Neil graduated from the University of Bradford in 2016 with an MA in Digital Filmmaking and is an alumni of the Screen Yorkshire Bootcamp and Skill Up programmes.
"Neil is a committed (and calm!) professional, who is easy to work with, listens to and delivers what the client asks for whilst contributing his own creative ideas. "
Cathianne Hall – Development Script Editor at CBBC.
"Neil took on our commission at short notice, planned the shoot in consultation with us professionally and with the minimum of fuss, and filmed a complex event, a choir and orchestra performance in a large venue, with challenging lighting and audio conditions, unobtrusively to produce results that far exceed our expectations. We are very proud of the resulting suite of films. Neil is a very calm, reassuring and capable person to have on your team, and great value for money."
Peter Roberts – Moniaive Festival Village Project Co-Ordinator
"We have seen the passion Neil has for the industry and know he is capable of much more that we have yet to see."