"Chlora & Phyll", an animated pilot
Chlora & Phyll are a team of plant/human hybrid siblings who travel the world, solving environmental crises, and earning merit badges to become the greatest Shrub Scouts of all time.
The pilot has so far won 3rd Place in Table Read My Screenplay (New Orleans). It was named a Finalist in Westfield Screenwriting Awards and Creative World Awards, a Semifinalist in ScreenCraft Pilot Competition and New York Metropolitan Film Festival, and a Quarterfinalist in WeTV Screenwriting Competition.
Co-author of "freak week" by youtube star grace helbig
I won the WritingWithGrace contest, sponsored by AT&T, in which E-Network celebrity Grace Helbig creates a novella with chapters selected from her subscribers. Mine is chapter 3, "Crazy Like a Duck". Read the whole thing --> HERE!
World premiere of "Cancelled", rave reviews
Little Fish Theatre Company's production of my short play "Cancelled" is going great! Under the wonderful direction of Branda Locke and with amazing performances by Bryson Jones Allman and Patrick Rafferty, the show has garnered some lovely reviews.
"Cancelled" to be produced in 2016
My short play, "Cancelled", was chosen to be part of Little Fish Theatre's Pick of the Vine One Act Festival. It will run January 8th through February 13th at the Little Fish Theatre in San Pedro / LA Waterfront Arts District. "Cancelled" is about Geoff and Dominic, a happily married couple whose relationship is put to the test after a recent tragedy.
"Tiny fiction" available on amazon
My first book, "Tiny Fiction: a collection of 300 very, very short stories", is now available on Amazon and Kindle. Made up of 300 itty bitty stories, some only a page long, others only a single sentence. At turns dark, silly, romantic, and heartbreaking, "Tiny Fiction" is the perfect on the go book.
"Patient" the tv series
I've been hard at work writing a new TV series. "Patient" is a half hour dark comedy about Adrian Irons, a standardized patient at a New York teaching hospital. Armed with an encyclopedic knowledge of all documented diseases, he takes on symptoms to help train med students... often at the expense of his own health. The first 5 episodes of season 1 are currently in development for a reading on December 16th, and the pilot has garnered wonderful feedback from several film festivals and competitions.