Surgeon X

Surgeon X is a new comic book series being Produced by Wowbagger Productions – Sara Kenney is the Writer/ Producer/ Director. The comic is being released by Image Comics in September 2016. Set against the backdrop of an antibiotic apocalypse in near future London, Rosa Scott, a brilliant and obsessive surgeon becomes Surgeon X, a vigilante doctor who uses experimental surgery and black market drugs to treat patients. Surgeon X risks everything to save lives, but ultimately ends up warping her medical oath to suit her own decisions.

Using dark humour this is a unique twist on a medical drama. Working with artist John Watkiss and world renowned Story Editor, Karen Berger (Vertigo/DC Comics). Alongside the print publication is an eBook and multimedia app featuring animation, documentaries and the Surgeon X soundtrack. Surgeon X is funded by a Wellcome Trust Society Award.

Angels & Ghosts

Based on a true story, award-winning short Angels and Ghosts tells the emotive tale of Amber, a young woman who is on a quest to find her brothers who have disappeared. Narrated by Oscar nominated actress Samantha Morton, it’s a gripping animated adventure exploring the potent themes of mental health and family bonds.

Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine

Making films & presentations for the Technology Foresight team at Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine. Using story to imagine a future world.

Wellcome Trust, Researcher Support Film

Exec Producer on a film for the Wellcome Trust Researcher Support team. For the Wellcome Trust’s 75th anniversary they supported a number of their funded science centres in new public engagement projects. The film highlights some of the projects.

Wellcome Trust, Researcher Support Film

Wellcome Trust, Broadcast Film

Exec Producer on a short film for the Wellcome Trust, Broadcast team. The film explores how the Trust works with Broadcasters and Scientists to improve the quality of science in Drama, Documentary & Gaming.

Article in People & Science

Check out this article in the September 2011, edition of People & Science magazine. It’s a review of the BIO:FICTION film festival, which explores synthetic biology.