Henry Mason is a writer of drama and comedy, his writing focuses on identity: age, sex, nationality, and race. Born and raised in England, he is an alumni of the Royal Ballet School, Wells Cathedral Music School, and The Woodcraft Folk. The latter being a quasi-communist organisation he has since rejected – fully embracing capitalism by becoming a prolific TV commercials director.
He wrote a horror-comedy feature screenplay called ‘Melting Point’ about Irish-Americans marrying in Ireland, with Jonathan Rhys Meyers and producer Joel Shapiro attached. He also has a one-hour police procedural that takes place in the San Francisco Bay Area called ‘Rose in the Crown’, which has been optioned by producer Danny Rose. His short fiction novellas have won multiple accolades including the prestigious ‘Launch Pad Prose’ & ‘Screen Craft Cinematic Short Story’ competitions.