Joseph A. Mazzaferro, born Aug. 14, 1979, now lives in Tampa Bay, Florida and works as an independent writer and filmmaking examiner.
In 1998, Mazzaferro began writing song lyrics and in 2001, at the young age of 21, his first song, “Girls,” was produced and broadcast on national radio. Over the course of ten years, Joseph has had more than fifty songs produced. Additionally, he has co-written sales scripts for several major corporations, including a multi-billion dollar mortgage lender. Among his other works, he has written a book and several television commercials.
A man of many faces, Joseph is an active member of the Writers Guild of America, IMDb, Examiner.com, Blogger.com, and Hubpages.com. A behind-the-scenes leader in the production side of film and TV; including work with former president George W. Bush, TV’s “Dancing with the Stars,” L’Oreal Professional, Eric Clapton, Boxer Winky Wright and the Sarasota Film Festival. His passion for writing evolved through his true talent using words and love of story telling. Movies have always been Joseph’s pastime, bringing him to his ultimate venture in screenplay writing.
Limo Driver Comedy A limo driver with the worst luck picks up four unusual fares, and is forced to deal with drugs addicts, mental cases, rich snobs, and the murdering mob.
Turn Thriller A killer, a stripper, a prisoner, and a drunk inadvertently link together in three different plots. Love, hate, crime, and circumstance define the end for them all.