Screenwriter for Hire. Also, I have numerous spec scripts in varying genres (some of which are listed on this profile). I do consider my focus to be 'popcorn' movies; fun stories that lend themselves to multiple viewings.
I've had numerous spec scripts optioned. Several scripts have placed in the StoryPros International Contest. I am also quite willing to do re-writes or adaptations of other works. Joe Florance of Circle of 10 Talent has worked with me. My horror/action script Scarlet Seas was on the Talentville Top 10 over four weeks running. My TV pilot NightSide was the #2 TV script at .
My Bachelor of Arts from Western Kentucky was in Mass Communications (Radio, TV, Advertising) with a minor in English Composition. Classes included broadcast TV and Radio, TV and Radio production, Journalism, Literature, Acting, Stage Production. In addition, I worked for several semesters at the campus radio station, on-air and editing advertising copy.
Unique traits: Father of 3, Crazy Cat Person, Gamer Geek and I can take a bump.
Scarlet Seas Budget: $10M - $30M | Action ⋄ Adventure ⋄ Horror Father and daughter hunters pursue a fugitive vampire to the New World; her blood-thirst unleashed when pirates plunder the ship ferrying her coffin.
Boost (Updated) Budget: $30M+ | Action ⋄ Adventure ⋄ Crime Joyrider Eddie boosts cars to deal with living in 1975's rust-belt Detroit, but soon he's over his head, becoming a heist gang's getaway driver.
Damsel Action ⋄ Film-noir ⋄ Thriller The junkie girlfriend of a Latin mob boss is on the run when the family thinks she is a snitch.
Cementville Budget: $1M - $5M | Comedy ⋄ Drama ⋄ Sports Tennessee girl Nola always dreamed of entering the world of big-time wrestling, but she learns the biggest battles are in the locker room.
NightSide Budget: $10M - $30M | Action ⋄ Adventure ⋄ Crime ⋄ Film-noir ⋄ Sci-fi Below the high-tech glass and steel of the New Orleans Metroplex of 2052, low-tech P.I. Ian Kane searches the streets for a missing AI scientist whose secret could bring the entire city to a grinding halt.
Western Kentucky University