My unwavering desire to explore new experience after new experience throughout the course of my life has led me on a journey to a destination where being a storyteller is the most natural outcome. I have done everything from working at a gas station to owning a hotel and in those times learned about people from all walks of life and all different struggles and triumphs. I love to talk to strangers and I am a studios practitioner of my crafts.
I first read Syd Field's screenplay when I was ten years old. Since then I have read over 50 books on the craft of storytelling and screenwriting. I graduated from Pasadena City College's filmmaking program with certifications in both filmmaking and cinematography.
When I am lighting a scene I try really hard to channel Vittorio Storaro and make him marry Greg Toland. My influences as a director are Alfred Hitchcock, Sam Rami, and John Ford. As a writer, I have been told that my voice really is my own with an incredible capacity to write dialogue.
As a child, I was that weird kid that meditated under a tree at recess and as an adult, I'm that weird guy that stays up late into the evening studying philosophy and sciences. I do not feel I will ever be done learning, perhaps even when I'm dead.
The Master's House Budget: $1M - $5M | Drama A destitute young man discovers a path he will never know hunger, and must decide whether the price of absolute obedience is worth such a luxury.
Elsinore Blues Budget: $100K - $1M After the tragic death of his parents a college student puts his hopes and dreams on hold to guarantee his siblings aren’t put into foster care, realizing he can't do this alone help arrives in the most unorthodox way imaginable.
The Architect Budget: $5M - $10M | Action Desperate to replace $250k dollars worth of stolen cocaine, three friends hire "The Architect," to execute a perfect bank robbery, only to discover it's already being robbed and "The Architect," has one last test - defeat his teacher.
Pasadena City College