Daisy Martey is a screenwriter and academic from London. She has been short-listed for the Red Planet Prize and BAFTA Rocliffe New Writer’s Forum. Prior to becoming a writer, Daisy worked in the music industry for over 10 years as an acclaimed recording artist/songwriter, and until 2005 was the lead singer for Morcheeba, who have sold over six million albums worldwide. In 2007 she was named as one of the most iconic Black British singers of the Twentieth Century in Sonya Boyce’s Devotional exhibition at The National Portrait Gallery. She is represented by the JFL Agency. Tweet her @daisymartey.