Originally from the Philadelphia suburbs of New Jersey, I've been working my way up the industry ladder over the course of the last few years. I've studied filmmaking at The American University in Washington, DC, wrote and co-directed a 16mm short film entitled "Behind the Door" at the world-renowned FAMU International in Prague, CZ, and studio producing, concept development, and line producing at Raleigh Studios in LA through Columbia College Chicago. In DC, I worked as a production assistant for up and coming DC studio Fluent Visual, serving as a crew member on projects for the National Air and Space Museum and the NCAA. Most recently, I submitted a spec script for CW's The Flash to the Warner Bros. Writer's Workshop and NBC's Writers on the Verge programs.
Unique traits: An encyclopedic knowledge of the current goings on within the industry, of names, dates, jobs, release years, Rotten Tomatoes scores and box office intake. A knack for finding the rhythm of a scene Learned story structure from Czech filmmakers; learned serial structure from comic books and graphic novels. A nose for the absurd without losing the plot A deep love of Akira Kurosawa, Spielberg, Lucas, Tarantino and John Carpenter.
Film (short) by Lindsey Sitz Grip Cowlick is a short comedy about the unpredictability of life, our desperate desire to control it, and our need to let go.
Behind the Door
Film (short) by Alex Anhalt/Trey Chapman Writer/Assistant Director A young boy searches for his brother in an endless house; only to find out that he knew the answer all along.