I have written and produced a number of documentaries including three that have appeared on Public Television. One was a co-production with KRMA-TV of Denver on the history of the Women's Army Corps narrated by the late great Emmy winner Mariette Hartley. I have also produced programming for NPR affiliates based upon on-site reporting from Central America and Eastern Europe just after the wall came down.
I just completed a screenplay in a Holiday Fantasy genre that hopefully will one day be a Christmas Classic.
Current projects includes a TV series that takes place in a dystopic future that is looking more and more like our own. Also a play that attempts to answer the simple question: What is the Nature of Our Existence? Great fodder for a summer picnic!
The Right Track Fantasy High Concept: Sleepless in Seattle meets It’s a Wonderful Life. Log Line: When a boy and his widowed father meet a divorced woman and her unruly teenage daughter on a cross-country train ride, the boy believes his Christmas wish for a new mother will come true, thanks to the help of a magical train attendant. “This is a Fantasy Holiday film in which a little boy’s Christmas wish for a new mother comes true. The logline alone should lure audiences to the theater.” – American Script Association Script Critique.