Ted's career as an actor in London and New York was punctuated with expeditions into the corporate world of petrochemical, publishing and vocational training.
After graduating with first-class honours in Professional and Creative Writing, he completed his formal education with a Post Graduate Teaching Certificate.
He founded Hammond House in 2016 to support the development of creative talent in writing, film and TV production. The International Literary Prize, awarded by Hammond House Publishing and sponsored by the University Centre Grimsby, attracts entries from over 25 countries and the annual anthologies are read by a worldwide audience.
His TV and Film credits as writer, actor, presenter and director, working with filmmaker Alex Thompson at Hammond House Productions, include the popular TV arts and culture programme, Billboard, The Heritage Channel, and Clee TV Documentary films tell compelling and inspirational stories. Campaigns for organisations like the Humberside Police and the NHS have contributed to crime prevention and encouraged the take up of covid vaccinations during the pandemic of 2020-21.
At the Hammond House Gallery in Louth, he works with gallery manager Glynne Bulman to showcase local artists and encourage the appreciation of original artwork.
He shares his knowledge and experience in creative writing workshops for community groups and schools and led the Literary Lonely project that establish new writers groups across Lincolnshire. He established Hammond House Writers, a platform where writers can find a local group, share their experiences, publish their work and have access to a range of resources including his latest video writing workshops, The Secrets of Storytelling .
When not working he indulges his passion for tennis, painting and classic cars.