LOS ANGELES ** ATLANTA ** DETROIT ** MIAMI
I am a Script Supervisor, who has been off set for three years. My mother had dementia and was battling breast cancer for three years. It was a long and hard situation, but now I'm back.
I started in independent films, years ago in Michigan, and I have lots of experience. After moving to back to California in 2008, I worked many non-union features, web series, music videos and a few PSA's and trained with Dawn Gilliam.
When not working on set I also do Script Breakdowns, which includes; Script Timing, Scene & Page Count, One-Liners, Story Chronology.
I'm eager to get back to work.
Unique traits: I have an amazing memory, which work excellent for a Script Supervisor.
Locked in a Room
Film (Horror and Thriller) Miscellaneous Crew "Locked in a Room" is a story about three teenagers that are trapped in three separate rooms. They are monitored and watched by a masked man who "takes notes" on paper as to their every move and emotion. They are further tormented by an eerie voice of someone outside of the room. They are visited by strange characters that are part of the outfit that have them trapped. Throughout, they use their minds to try to think as to why they are there. As time elapses... the stakes and chances for survival are slim, but the question remains: who is behind this - the end reveals a startling answer. Written by L.S.
Film (Drama and Romance) Miscellaneous Crew A casual ride on the LA subway turns into a journey down memory lane for Jeremy, African American hip hop head as he reflects on the struggles of his life. One night, Jeremy and his friends get into a brawl outside a Hollywood night club where he drops his cell phone. Starlett, a punk rock chick from the group that confronted Jeremy and his friends, finds Jeremy's cell phone and agrees to give it back to him. After an awkward first meeting, the two create an unlikely friendship that changes both of their lives. The pair, from vastly different worlds, come together to form a bond through pain of disappointment and disillusionment, but also a dream for a better life of hope, choice and change. Written by Tatiana Chekhova