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Neil is a writer in TV, games and interactive, with numerous credits in children’s: from pre-school to teen comedy, sci-fi to learning. He has also created the story and script for over 20 games. He’s had multiple BAFTA, Writers’ Guild and IGDA nominations. He developed the scripts for ‘Tree-fu Tom Interactive’, co-created the 2012 Children’s Interactive BAFTA winner ‘Nightmare High’ for Channel 4, and was interactive consultant on 2015 Kidscreen game winner ‘Nowhere Boys’. Recent credits include episodes of ‘Boj’ and ‘Messy Goes To Okido’.
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