Kendall's a physicist by training, a medical equipment designer by profession, and a sci-fi fan by inclination. For over four decades, he's been chasing electronic signals through circuits and systems, wringing out the information they are trying to hide, battling with the monsters lurking within murky forests of transistors, chips and diodes. Think of him as the Van Helsing of electronic design.
In his precious spare time, he writes short stories, novels and feature screenplays in the sci-fi, technothriller and horror spaces. Short horror script ‘Get A Life’ won second place in Seattle Film School’s 2016 Great American Short Screenplay Contest. His time-twisting feature script ‘Preincarnation’ won the SF & Fantasy category of the 2016-2017 Fresh Voices Screenplay Contest and reached the second round of AFF in 2016. His feature 'Streamweavr' anticipates the arrival of streaming programming directly to your brain while you sleep - and how that could go horribly wrong.
His short horror stories ‘Bite’ and ‘One Step, Two Step’ are published in Volumes 1 and 2 of the ‘Twisted50’ anthology. At the 2018 London Screenwriters’ Festival he won the ‘Alien’ short radio script contest with ‘Airborne’, which was performed and recorded live at the Festival.
You’ll find him on LinkedIn as himself, on Twitter as @TheFilterGuy. His words… they’re out there somewhere on the ‘What-If?' to ‘What-the-Hell?' continuum…
Streamweaver Budget: $5M - $10M | Thriller When she discovers that an ex-lover’s dream-streaming service conceals a murderous plot, a doctor with a pyromaniac past leads a suicidal attempt to thwart the ‘hypnocalypse’ - and find redemption for a dark secret.