I am a TV writer and musician from Los Angeles, CA. My three self-produced pop albums "The Fictional Truth", "Secret Garden" and "Mix It Up" have played on the radio all over the world, with my single "Psychologist" getting several thousands of downloads online, and my other single "So Will You" gathering over 100,000 YouTube views for the music video.
On the film and television front, I have co-hosted and co-produced 17 episodes of a television review podcast called TV Weekly (over 20,000 downloads per episode), worked in music licensing and composing on the documentary films Pastriology and Let Them Eat Cake, directed the short film R.I.P. for Lang Productions, worked in social media and outreach on HBO's Emmy nominated® documentary American Winter, and wrote, produced and directed an eleven-minute pitch pilot for a show called 3 Orbs of Light, made by PKM Images and The POW Girl Productions.
I started my own production company, Prophecy Girl Films, in 2013. Through Prophecy Girl Films, I have worked in development and publicity on several independent films and television pilots produced by production companies like Vigilants Entertainment, Endless Media, Rafael Film, and more. I also produce high-profile entertainment industry events, working with major networks and studios like Netflix, Sony, Fox Searchlight, Warner Bros., Showtime and many more.
As a film and television writer, I have won several awards and contests and festivals for her screenplays and teleplays. I have screenwriting degrees and certificates from California State University Northridge and the University of Southern California, and have taken television writing classes with industry veterans like Jen Grisanti and David Wheeler. Besides developing scripts for clients at Prophecy Girl Films, I was recently chosen by Black Chateau Enterprises to adapt author Vanta M. Black's horror novel Oubliette: A Forgotten Little Place into a television series.
In June 2016, I was elected President of the Alliance for Women in Media Southern California for the 2016-2017 term. Through the organization, I have programmed and produced events in partnership with SAG-AFTRA, 21st Century Fox and CBS.
I love books (I am an avid Harry Potter and Jane Austen fan), music (my favorite band is The Beatles), movies (Everything from Back To The Future to Clueless), and television shows (Buffy The Vampire Slayer is my all-time favorite show, though I am currently obsessed with BBC's Sherlock). I live in Los Angeles and continue to make my dreams a reality.
Film (Short and Drama) Producer She goes to work. She eats her food. She calls her mom. She's too shy to talk to the guy she likes. She seems like a normal girl. But she's also lonely. Friendless. Depressed. She lives in a fantasy world and sometimes has trouble living in reality. The only person who can wake her up is herself...and it's up to her whether she keeps on going or she drowns.
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Let Them Eat Cake - Director's Cut
Film (Documentary and History) Composer Six years in the making, filmed in a dozen countries, 'Let Them Eat Cake' is a poetic film essay that runs the full range from the pleasures and perils of overeating to the tragedies of world hunger.
Let Them Eat Cake
Film (Documentary, Biography and History) Composer Five years in the making, filmed in a dozen countries, 'Let Them Eat Cake' runs the full range from the pleasures and dangers of overeating to the tragedies of world hunger.
So Will You
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3 Orbs of Light
Television (Fantasy and Sci-Fi) Producer Rue Jensen is a normal 30-something girl with a normal job. But when the immortal wizard Kai informs her that she is destined to be one of the protectors of the 3 Orbs of Light, Rue is thrown into a whole new world - complete with wizards, assassins, ancient magical relics and the mysterious 3 Orbs themselves - balls of energy infused with the mental, physical and spiritual aspects of the universe. Along with her fellow protectors (the amazingly intelligent Taylor 'Tres' Ressen and the bad-ass fighter Ally "Astrid'' Strider), Rue must travel back to the past and into the future to find the lost orbs before their mysterious assassin enemies do. Written by Anonymous
Film (Documentary) Soundtrack Five years in the making, filmed in a dozen countries, PASTRIOLOGY runs the full range from the pleasures and dangers of overeating to the tragedies of world hunger.
Film (Documentary, Drama and News) Miscellaneous Crew Documentary feature film that follows the personal stories of families struggling in the aftermath of the worst economic crisis since the Great Depression. Filmed over the course of one winter in one American city, the film presents an intimate snapshot of the state of the nation's economy as it is playing out in millions of American families, and highlights the human consequences of the decline of the middle class and the fracturing of the American Dream. Written by Anonymous
Video (Short) Producer An average, ordinary girl wakes up, gets ready for work, and then remembers that she's dead.
Global Independent Film Awards - Silver Award, Best Short Screenplay
Las Vegas Screenplay Competition - Best Teleplay
Cinevana Hollywood - Best Teleplay
California State University-Northridge