Jennifer Irons

Jennifer Irons

Playwright, Producer and Screenwriter

Los Angeles, California

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About Jennifer

Jennifer Irons is the CEO of ME Studios in Glendale, California. She is a graduate of the Screenwriting Program at Act One Film School in Hollywood, California and holds a PhD in Sociology from Loyola University Chicago and a Master's Degree in Social Work from The Ohio State University. After working as a field Social Worker, Jennifer founded A Touch of Grace Hospice in Chicago, Illinois in 2005 and expanded to Nashville, Tennessee in 2009.Jennifer's love for writing began at age 12, when she wrote her first short story. She went on to author Miraculous Faith; Don't Just Walk on Water, Run on Water, which encourages the use of Biblical principles with practical steps as a way of courageously pursuing your God given destiny! In addition, Jennifer developed an affinity for the art of storytelling via motion pictures and stage production

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  • Choysez

    Choysez (2014)
    Television (Drama) Writer, Producer, Casting director Evening, a 16 year old twin, is a gifted fashion designer with her eyes set on New York City after graduating high school. So, when a summer internship opportunity in New York arises, which may give her a head start with her ambitious plans, she is certain her parents will support her. Shockingly, they do not. And when they don't, Eve finds herself making decisions and choices that she believes are in her best interest. As she seeks to establish independence and her own sense of self-identity apart from her parents and twin sister, Eve soon learns, and at times, painfully, that her autonomous choices actually do affect others around her, and are, at times, more consequential than she ever imagined. Written by Jennifer Irons

  • Shame

    Shame (2013)
    Film (short) by Salvador Lopez (Drama) Writer, Producer, Director Lance, a handsome and athletic first year college student, returns home from a date and his behavior suggests there's been an issue. Suspecting she knows what the issue is, his mom, Nancy, chooses to further investigate and barges into his room and confirms that her son has again suffered physical abuse at the hands of his girlfriend, Leanne. With a bruised check and deep neck lacerations, Lance shamefully gazes upon his mother's enraged eyes, as she draws a line in the sand and announces that she's had enough and for the first time, she's calling the police. Lance is unwilling to press charges, but Nancy is determined to change his unwillingness, whereas his father, Robert, takes the approach of allowing Lance to come to a change of mind on his own. These two disparate approaches at helping their son leads to heated exchanges, intensifying the family conflict. While Lance wrestles with how to address his on-going domestic violence victimization, input from the local police impacts ... Written by Jennifer Irons

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