Dominique is a writer with an eye for both comedy and drama.
She was the series creator of WPC 56, an original drama for BBC One about a pioneering young police woman working in Birmingham in the 1950s. It ran for three series (2012-2015) and was nominated for seven Royal Television Society Midlands awards. She has also written episodes of the award-winning Land Girls and Father Brown, as well as Shakespeare & Hathaway: Private Detectives. She was part of the core writing team on Casualty for two years, during which time the show was nominated (2017) and won (2018) a BAFTA for Soap and Continuing Drama for its production team. Her other work includes EastEnders; more than 40 episodes of Doctors (both BBC One); and an episode of the Charles Dicken’s adaptation The Life and Adventures of Nick Nickleby for Kindle Entertainment/BBC One. She has also written several radio plays for BBC Northern Ireland/Radio 4, and was the winner of the Tony Doyle New Writer’s bursary for BBC Northern Ireland Drama in 2003.
Dominique currently has several original projects in development, including The Basement Files (The Forge). She also now has representation in the US (WME in Los Angeles), after writing Rust, a speculative pilot for a US-based drama.
Agent: Charles Walker, United Agents