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About Aray

Aray is screenwriter/storyteller
In 2008, she collaborated with Juan Shannon of Modern Tribe Communications for the screenplay adaptation to his book, West Bloomfield.
In 2013, she published a compilation of her poems.
In 2014, she published her first novel, Blood Is Thicker Than Water, which led to the inspiration for her dramatic thriller series.
Aray has been writing for a long time but didn't take a serious step toward screenwriting until 2015. She's looking forward to the next chapter as well as continuing to learn and grow as a creative, inspire people with her art.

Unique traits: qwerky, pyschopathic tendencies, obsessed with horror, expressive eyes

Loglines

  • BREATHE

    BREATHE Budget: $0 - $100K | Drama A young girl deals with her grandfather's death

  • Kilbourne

    Kilbourne Budget: $100K - $1M | Drama Thriller When an abused girl takes revenge on her psychopathic mother she must fight the dark alter ego trying to turn her into a serial killer

  • The Way Back

    The Way Back Budget: $100K - $1M | Romance Drama When a sole survivor of a plane crash wakes up from a 3 year old coma and finds his world turned upside down, he must get his family back or lose them forever

  • KIN

    KIN Horror Fantasy A human born from a vampire is torn between taking her rightful place in her father's clan or continuing on as a mortal.

Credits

  • West Bloomfield

    West Bloomfield (2008)
    Film by Modern Tribe Communications Writer The story of Corey Woodward, an event promoter who opens his first Nightclub & Restaurant and Alexis Marie Parkhurst, a fashion designer who debuts her first clothing line. Alexis is stunning and model pretty with a painful past. The story betrays the gritty urban Detroit streets for the luxury surroundings of the privileged. Showcasing a side of Detroit that most of the world doesn't get to see. When the two of them meet, sparks fly and they finally find the one thing they both have searched for their entire lives. The tearful climax poses the idea that, The only thing worse than never having it all...is losing it.

Education

  • University Of Phoenix
    (2010-2011)

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