Haydn Worley is a London-based screenwriter with a portfolio of narrative drama, thriller and comedy-drama shorts in various stages of production. He has crafted a number of feature spec scripts across subgenres of drama, and he has previously written a handful of produced, award-nominated shorts. 

Haydn's scripts range from tense psychological thrillers to complex character studies to quirky comedy-drama. Some of his skills include a strong sense of story structure, compelling character arcs and emotive action and dialogue. All of Haydn's scripts contain elements of warmth and heart, however light or dark the project.

Influences range from European writer-director auteurs such as Ingmar Bergman, Michael Haneke, Mike Leigh and Pedro Almodovar, to Hollywood heavyweights like M. Night Shyamalan, Christopher Nolan, Martin Scorsese and Howard Hawks.

Writing for the screen is Haydn’s passion and compulsion. He grew up watching British comedies, fell in love with the likes of Mad Men and The Sopranos, before obtaining an MA in Film and TV from the University of Westminster - and becoming utterly consumed by Film.

Haydn is currently looking to partner with directors, producers and fellow writers to develop new narrative shorts, while pursuing his long-term goal of writing narrative features professionally.