B.A. and B.A.(hons) English and M.A. (International Affairs) Long career in solo tenor vocal music and onstage in theatre. (just ask me! lol!)
Unique traits: I Love researching and writing Victorian and Edwardian film scripts with theatre, art and early film elements. My first play then screenplay was "Cakewalk" about May Irwin, a vaudeville star who was the first to integrate all-white U.S. stages. Then came a one act play then 1 hour TV/MOW "Queen Marie (Dressler)", set in the early talkies era. After another one-act WWII play "Churchill in Peril" , I wrote a feature script "I Love You, Oscar Wilde", which made PAGE semi-finals and finals NSI Features First (Canada). After drafting a novel about Joseph of Arimathea's journey to Britannia with the Holy Family and Holy Grail I've recently finished and polishing a TV pilot and bible for an ensemble.limited comedy series set in an long-term care home.
Kitty Budget: $5M - $10M | Historical "In 1930's Depression New Zealand, an unwed poor widow causes a national scandal, by suing her new baby's wealthy father for Breech of Promise to Marry and backing out. Based on a true story."
Joseph of Arimathea Budget: $10M - $30M | Action "Joseph of Arimathea faces deadly perils to take his and adopted son Jesus' family, disciples and the Holy Grail to Britain, to spread Jesus' Word there."
Rare Vintages Budget: $10M - $30M | Comedy A self-centred plastic surgeon must work in a long-term care home in Ottawa, Canada, to realize his true happiness.
I Love You, Oscar Wilde Biography ⋄ Drama ⋄ Historical ⋄ Romance A young Canadian artist madly in love with Oscar Wilde paints his portrait that inspires his controversial "The Picture of Dorian Gray," but struggles as his emerging lifestyle threatens her love.
Cakewalk Biography Notorious for the first movie kiss, Canadian stage-actress May Irwin introduces black dancers onto white American stages, to fulfil her beloved father’s dying wish.
Semi-finalist Page Screenwriting Competition 2015 with "I Love You, Oscar Wilde"
Finalist National Screen Institute Features First 2016 with "Frances Loves Oscar Wilde".