I'm currently a YA author soon to be published by Dreaming Big Publications and am making the switch to writing screenplays. I've recently written and performed the story, Homemade Superman for Story District's annual Surprise Stories show. Besides the screenplay of my dark family dramedy based on my book, AGES: 8-80, I have two other feature screenplays, a short, and several pilots with female leads. Although my screenplay, MEG'S & DONNA'S & BRANDON'S SO HIGH! is listed as a pilot, the script is easily transferred to a feature or a stage production. I like to mix genres and use strong, human charters. I enjoy writing, writing, and doing headstands.
In a retelling of Peter Pan, an escaped serial killer is hunted by detective Smee and his partner James Hook.
In 1994, the Daughters of Mary orphanage and the Golden Hill retirement home in New York City each experienced a budget crisis and combined into one facility.
Based on the video game that never existed, a 1994 underground killer’s convention held in an abandoned mall is secretly a slaughterhouse for government gambling.
Sixth graders on a field trip accidentally become the crew of the Disco, Very!, a submarine set to explore the Bermuda Triangle.
A stranded time traveler is forced to become his younger self’s imaginary friend to rebuild his broken time machine.
Meg gets high and hangs out with a human version of her cat along with a manifestation of her subconscious and discovers the difference between being alone and being lonely.