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Since 1995 Andrew Brenner has specialised in writing children’s animation, which means a very large number of little scripts (and a few longer ones). Currently headwriter of ‘Thomas and Friends’, his credits include ‘Nelly and Nora’, ‘Punky’, ‘The Amazing Adrenalini Brothers’, ‘The Koala Brothers’, ‘Little Wolf’s Book Of Badness’, ‘Maisy’ and ‘The Cramp Twins’. Creator of Nick Jr’s ‘Humf’, and ITV’s ‘The Caribou Kitchen’, his recent adventures include working with adults on the autism spectrum to write ‘Pablo’, coming soon to CBeebies.
Reflecting and Serving Neurodiversity
How working with children and young people with all sorts of abilities, as writers, collaborators and contributors we can create new and exciting children’s content and games.
The Art of Writing for Animation and The Art of the Theme Tune: Knowing the Score
Top tips for writers, producers, directors and animators from Andrew Brenner, and a live-music discussion with Banks & Wag about what makes a brilliant theme tune, with takeaway top-tips about how best to work with composers.