studied in University College Cork where he gained an MA in American
theatre. He worked in Kenya and a number of other African countries
before joining RTE as a Producer/Director. There he worked on a wide
range of programmes including Glenroe, Nighthawks and
Fair City. He also directed a number of single dramas including
the award-winning A Mothers Love’s a Blessing by Pat McCabe.
leaving RTE he has worked as a freelance writer and director. As director
he has worked on the drama series Ros na Run (TG4) and On
Home Ground (Little Bird/RTE); the documentary The Bad Boy
and the Hometown Girl (Tyrone Productions/CBC) and the comedy
programme Joking Apart (BBC)
has written and directed two plays for Dublin Youth Theatre - Ice
and Oblivion. His radio play Rose Earley One Morning won
a P J O’Connor award for new irish writing. In 2002 RTE broadcast
Home for Christmas a feature drama which he wrote and directed.