I love to write historical drama for features and tv. I also have focused on writing faith-based scripts. I have enjoyed working at several companies in Los Angeles and learning from talented agents and Managers. I just got married to the love of my life and am excited to this next stage of my adventure!
Chosen Kin Origins
Television (Action, Fantasy and Sci-Fi) Miscellaneous Crew A trio of humans with undeveloped super powers that are chosen to protect the earth against powerful foes bent on annihilating the human race. First, however, they must set aside their differences and learn to use the powers that lay dormant within them. Written by Chosen Kin Origins Team
Film (Drama, Family and Sci-Fi) Writer Grady Lee Jr. is a struggling reclusive farmer who has never wanted to be married or have children. He lost his mom when he was a young boy and by the time he was 13, his father and step-mom died in a car wreck separating him from his stepsister, Marry Ann. Randy, his father's best friend, took Grady in and raised him as his own and kept the family farm sustained. One day, Grady discovers his late father's hidden journal That contained secrets of Nikola Tesla. The journal contains the plans to a machine that works off of electro-magnetism, called Jack. Grady believes it could increase productivity by drastically reducing the time it takes a plant to grow. This could be the answer to saving his farm and helping the county, when in fact this could change the world. With the help of his friend, Boudreaux, they begin to work on the device. Boudreaux, of Native American decent, can sense a change is coming for Grady's. After a call from an attorney, Grady finds himself a beneficiary to his... Written by Tom Bhramayana
The 68th Primetime Emmy Awards
Television Miscellaneous Crew Second-time host Jimmy Kimmel brings the top names in the television industry together for a night dedicated to the year's best performances on network and primetime television and to recognize excellence in their field.
Film (Short and Drama) Writer A family struggles with the aftermath of a teenager's sexual assault.
Disneyland 60th Anniversary TV Special
TV Movie (Family) Miscellaneous Crew A celebration of the 60th anniversary of Disneyland's first opening in 1955 hosted by Derek Hough with special guest appearances and musical performances.
Our Dirty Laundry
Film (Short and Drama) Writer A waitress comes home one day, only to befriend an addict who lives in her laundry room.
The 67th Primetime Emmy Awards
Television Miscellaneous Crew The 67th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards honors the best in U.S. prime time television programming from June 1, 2014 until May 31, 2015, as chosen by the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.
The Strange Lives of the Not So Destined
Film (Short, Fantasy, Mystery, Sci-Fi and 1 More) Miscellaneous Crew Searching for purpose, a recently widowed man wanders into a psychic shop where he forced to reevaluate his perception of the world and the control he may or may not have over his future.
Comedy Central Roast of Justin Bieber
Television (Comedy) Miscellaneous Crew Several roasters, and the master himself Kevin Hart, make fun of Justin Bieber.
Don't Miss the Bus
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Film (Drama and Sport) Art department A gifted high school football player must learn to embrace his talent and his faith as he battles racial tensions on and off the field.
Television (Action, Comedy, Crime and Drama) Camera and Electrical Department TAXI: BROOKLYN is an action-comedy police procedural centered on the fractious, closely bonded partnership between a streetwise Marseilles-born New York City taxi driver and an intensely driven NYPD detective for whom this immigrant cabbie becomes chauffeur, insider on the streets, and unofficial partner. Written by Marine Lormant Sebag
Film (Comedy, Drama and Romance) Art department When a young coffee shop owner is threatened with repossession she must take a chance with life and love as she fights to save her business.
Don't Make Eye Contact
Film (Comedy and Short) Actress Done in the silent film tradition of Charlie Chaplin and Buster Keaton, "Don't Make Eye Contact" is a short film asking who is the last person you would want to run into outside your neighborhood grocery store. We've all seen them and if there's one thing they have in common it's that they all want something from us. "Don't Make Eye Contact" starts off with an innocent Girl Scout selling cookies and progresses slowly down the social ladder of vagabonds and chancers who set up shop outside heavily trafficked stores. Eventually we reach the very last person you would want to see and, try though you may, you cannot avoid making eye contact. Written by Sam Frazier, Jr.
Film (Drama, History and War) Second Unit Director or Assistant Director During a cavalry skirmish at the battle of Cold Harbor, 'Henry' is shot. His near death experience catalyzes his determination to live and to love fully promising to find Virginia Klaising, the widow that saved his life during Antietam. The Indians hiding high up in the Blue Ridge tell Henry that Virginia is destined to marry an old man she does not love so she can hang onto her farm. When the Indians realize that Henry is a 'two-spirit' they hide him from the Union forces and prepare him to be reunited with his soul mate, Virginia. Eloping on a summer night with fireflies as luminaries, they begin their new life. The secret becomes harder to keep as Henry suffers from PTSD and must confess his battle sins. He recounts a mercy killing of a childhood friend, her child still missing. Going in search of the child, he/she ultimately brings the boy, home. Written by Whitney Hamilton