Winning three awards including Best Dramatic Writing - 'The Example'
Short and Sweet - Melbourne AUS 2005
Angel Award 2008 for Artistic Excellence - Public Vote
With Bite-Size Theatre
'Believe' Brighton Festival Fringe - UK 2008
Winner of the Judges Choice Award and Peoples Choice Award – ‘Falling Praying’
Official Selection - 'Drip'
Stratton Players - Boston USA 2007
Top 5 Shortlist Carol Tambor "Best of Edinburgh" Award
With Bite-Size Theatre 'The Example' - Edinburgh Scotland 2008
Finalist - 'A Short Play for a Competition'
Bite-Size International Playwriting Competition - Sussex UK 2008
Winner of The People's Choice Award - 'A4 2 A3'
Edinburgh Fringe First Nomination 2008 - 'The Example'
With Bite-Size Theatre - Edinburgh Scotland 2008
Nominated for Best Comedy Script and Best Production - 'Falling, Praying'
Short and Sweet - Melbourne 2008
Top Ten - 'Nazanin'
Magnolia Arts Centre Playwright Award - Greenville USA 2006
Top Ten - 'Short Sighted'
Short, Sweet and Song - Sydney AUS 2008
Winner of the Judges Choice Award and People’s Choice Award – ‘A Short Play for a Competition’
Crash Test Drama – Melbourne AUS 2007
Top Ten - 'Drip'
Melborn '08 - Melbourne AUS 2008
Top Ten - 'My Month as a Member'
Write Now National Young Playwright Award - Sydney AUS 2005
State Finalist - 'Raw Comedy'
Melbourne International Comedy Festival – 2005
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