I am a playwright and film writer/director.
I worked as an actor at a range of venues including the Hampstead Theatre, Bristol Old Vic, Manchester Royal Exchange and in film and television.
I began writing with an attachment to Paines Plough and Channel Four as part of 'Future Perfect.' Professional productions have included 'You Were After Poetry' at the Hightide Festival, 'Boiling Frogs' at Southwark Playhouse and 'Punch' at the Underbelly, Edinburgh. I am an associate artist with both The Factory and Company of Angels.
Having developed and edited the Web-Series 'I Gotta Be Me', I have since begun working as a video editor, creating work with a range of companies including BBC, CBBC and various independents.
Alongside writing I teach drama to all ages, from 3 year olds to MA students, and have worked in schools across London providing after school drama provision and entry into LAMDA examinations.
Name: Steven Bloomer
Lives in: London, England
Occupation: Director, Editor, Playwright and Screenwriter
I Gotta Be Me
Film by Steven Bloomer (Documentary) Director, Writer, Editor, Self The Kings of Cool on the Island of Love Paul Shah (best known for daytime soap-opera 'Faraway Close') stars in a documentary showcasing his love of Sammy Davis Junior. Shah joins an ex-pat Rat Pack on a tour around the bars and amphitheatres of Cyprus, working alongside former Stars In Their Eyes contestant Andrea Morrelli as Dean and ex-copper Martin Rhodes as Frank, with musical direction by an Elton John impersonator and security by Psycho John. Written by Steven Bloomer
Television by Tandem Editor
by Little Dog Writer
by The Factory Playwright
Of Marriageable Age
Film (short) by Michelle Fraser (Comedy, Drama, Sci-Fi and Thriller) Actor The Smiths, a BMW-toting, party going couple, bent on a hedonistic life, have engaged the private child-rearing service, storing your child for you until they're of Marriageable Age. ('We raise 'em, so you can go on raising hell!'). But what happens when they come to collect their son? Written by Anonymous
Wire in the Blood
Television (Crime, Drama, Mystery and Thriller) Actor Dark and twisting mystery series based on the characters created by Scottish crime writer Val McDermid. Set in the fictional English city of Bradfield, clinical psychologist Dr. Tony Hill is recruited as a criminal profiler for the police department. Aiding DCI Carol Jordan (and DI Alex Fielding in later episodes), the doctor's eccentric methods and deep understanding of the criminal mind help track down vicious serial killers and solve the most gruesome of crimes. Written by L. Hamre
Adrienne Benham Award