Emily Robyn Clark is a professional screenwriter and a published writer for poetry, news, and feature articles. A 29-year-old Virginia native, she moved to Southern California in 2013 to pursue her passion for creative writing.
Emmy-Award winner David Schwartz said Emily’s script, The Adventures of Little Coyote, was “beautifully written and kept him engaged.”
Emily has worked as a writer for double-Emmy Award winning screenwriter, Simon Moore (Traffic, The Quick and the Dead, Gulliver’s Travels), on his project “This Is the Frequency.”
She re-wrote dialog on the pilot Voodoo Kitchen directed by James P. Lay (Fight Club, Jeepers Creepers, Meet Joe Black.)
She wrote a short film, Missing Lunch, for independent producer Andy Samarasena.
She was screenwriter on the short film, Inside the Grace, directed by Aleksandar Adzic.
Emily has also worked as a screenwriter with filmmaker Max Skrein of Skrein Productions on several commercial projects including The Hunt, and Red Bull Gives Wings.
Her news and feature articles have appeared in: The Acorn Newspapers of Simi Valley and Camarillo, and The VCReporter.
Her poetry has appeared in Sow’s Ear Poetry Review, A! Magazine for the Arts, Sketches of Home, and Ventura Arts Council’s 40ish Around 40ish, and will soon appear in Askew Poetry Journal.
Emily gives back to her local community by teaching creative poetry writing workshops to local middle and high schools in Ventura County through the distinguished non-profit, California Poets in the Schools.
When she’s not writing, Emily loves yoga, hiking, rock climbing, and exploring the diverse California landscape.
Name: Emily Clark
Lives in: Ventura, California
Company: Write About Now
Occupation: Screenwriter, Assistant Director, Actor, Music Composer and Script Supervisor
Unique traits: Left-handed
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