Some recent awards for my screenwriting – from pilot scripts to various comedy sketches I’ve written & performed in.


Industry Award, Comedy Crowd Chorts 2023 for ‘Creative Writing 2.1’

Funny Women Awards Global Best Comedy Short Runner Up, 2023 for ‘Creative Writing 2.1’

The TV Foundation/Comedy5050 Bursary & Mentorship, Edinburgh TV Festival 2022

Fulwell 73 & Comedy 5050 Shorts Competition 2021 for ‘Cake’ comedy sketch (co-wrote with Nat Turton), co-directed and performed as part of my channel MelonComedy

British Comedy Guide BCG Pro Best Production for ‘Russian Doll’ 2020.

Winner, ‘Future Leaders’ at Creative Equals 2019. 


Finalist, top 3 Funny Women Best Comedy Short 2022, ‘Creative Writing 2.1’ 

Finalist, Edinburgh TV Festival New Voice Awards for Best web series, ‘LIFE IN ADHD’ 2022 and top 20% for best screenplay

Top 26%, BBC Writers Academy 2022 for ‘Baggage- a comedy drama about letting go’

BBC New Comedy Awards 2021 – ‘Russian Doll’ – featured on screen in finals of Digital category

Top 4 % BBC Writers Room 2019 for for the TV Comedy Drama adaptation of her third novel ‘Break Up Club’ (Harper Collins);

BCG Pro Talent Writing Award Runner up, British Comedy Guide 2021 – ‘Specific Fetishes’ sketch, now in production.

Lit Laughs finalist for script ‘Attention Seekers’ (co-written Jennifer Le Roux);

Female Voices Rock Film Festival 2021 Finalist for script ‘Attention Seekers’

Funny Women Next Up Shorts Awards longlist for ‘Prenup Lawyers’ & Heat Content Awards Nominee 2021. 

Finalist, ‘Best Uncommissioned Pilot’ at Edinburgh TV-Festival 2021;

Thousand Films writing competitions 2019 for the TV Comedy Drama adaptation of third novel ‘Break Up Club’ (Harper Collins);

Funny Women Writing Awards Commended for Break Up Club

Angel Comedy Chorts Fest (nominated twice for Melon Comedy – Prenup Lawyers and The Ghoster Busters),

Breakthrough Creative Award, Hospital Club Awards.

Various sketches screened & performed at venues worldwide – from the Bill Murray Angel Comedy in London & Melbourne Comedy Fest & Melbourne Fringe 2017, and The Miller London for ‘Stop Trying To make Sketch Happen’ 2021.