Production Management Services: Remote or onsite (Pacific Northwest) scheduling, budgeting and organizing film shoots. Script breakdown, schedule, cast/crew hiring and call sheet/contact, budget development. I have a database of film resources across the US and can help in the search and acquisition of crew, locations, or equipment in your local area.
Production Experience: various positions including assistant director, producer, associate producer, production manager and editor. On lower budget films, I have also worked in script supervision, location management, wardrobe design, set design, and prop management.
Screenwriting: I have a certificate in screenwriting and have several full feature and short film scripts completed. My primary genre is drama, family or dramedy.
I also have 30 yrs of experience in psychology and counseling, which brings the skills of stress management, conflict resolution, and creative problem solving to any film production and set. It also brings a depth of understanding to psychosocial issues in screenplays including character development and arc, social relationships, and story arc.
I have lived in all regions of the US, and abroad in Belgium, France, Ireland, and Thailand.
Unique traits: Creative Problem Solving Communicating effectively Conflict Resolution Stress Management Able to see production from big picture to finest detail
Haunted By The Past Sci-fi ⋄ Thriller A scientist must confront the experiments from his traumatic forgotten past when he returns to sell the home he doesn't remember owning.
Film (short) by Matthew Dho (Drama and Thriller) Second Unit Director or Assistant Director Expectancy a new short film, follows Sam a young woman in her late teens as she navigates the issues in her life from pregnancy to suicide and murder. As Sam contemplates the compounding issues in her life she is forced inevitably to take action.
Film (short) by Matt Longmire (Comedy) Second Unit Director or Assistant Director Michael Anthony is a broken man. He goes about each day waiting for something to happen. Something to get him out of his perpetual "funk." Until one day, while performing a few simple chores like doing his laundry, he meets a couple of... socks.
Film (short) by Chuck Koonce (Drama) Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Film (short) by Michael C. Walker (Drama) Miscellaneous Crew When a lonely young woman and a homeless alcoholic inadvertently cross paths, the result is heart-wrenching, revealing - and unexpectedly funny! An offbeat look at how often perception trumps reality.
48Hr Film Project Best in City (Seattle) winner - Life Socks
Trinity College - Connecticut