My Log Line
A touring musician, songwriter, and production manager is invited onto a National Television show filmed in Nashville. Meeting and falling in love with one of the supporting actors, she convinces him to move to Los Angeles, and instead of writing three-minute stories that rhyme, writes stories she can be cast in.
Together they begin a new journey.
I guess I should begin this with a little back story. I come from an entertainment family. My Grandfather was a scenic painter on black and white movies. My Grandmother was an accountant for 20th Century Fox. Her sister was the first female entertainment Editor for the LA Times. If you remember “The FBI” starring Efrem Zimbalist Jr. in the open montage a motorcycle cop was pulling into what they were portraying as the FBI building. That was my Uncle Ira, LAPD Motorcycle Unit Badge #1, and a stuntman.
Now my bio will make sense.
1958 Welcome to the world. Me.
1961 Begin music lessons. Piano.
1967 Begin Guitar.
1972 Played first guitar Mass for the Catholic Church.
1975 Signed RCA Development Deal.
1976 Moved to Dallas and toured Texas for 5 years.
1978 Signed deal with Wild Horse Records.
1980 Moved to California.
1982 Received Audio Degree.
1982 Co-Wrote at A&M Records.
1985 Colorist at American Film Technologies.
1989 Animator at Angel Studios.
1991 Became freelance 3D Computer Animator.
1996 Motion Capture Specialist Angel Studios.
1997 Guitar work on Monster Truck Madness 2 and Midtown Madness for Microsoft.
1997 Signed Record Deal Kerosene Dreams Records.
2001 Started band 5’n off.
2003 Moved to Nashville began touring with everyone and working in Music Videos.
2009 Dancer in Hanna Montana Movie.
2012 Began Nashville on ABC. Backstage VIP.
2017 Began Living in Nashville and Working in LA.
2020 Both my worlds were destroyed and I had to get a job.
2022 I’m back.
Unique traits: Ballroom and Line Dancing. Acoustic and Electric Guitar. Juggling. Ability to Go Back to 1. Stand in training.
Paw LA Budget: $100K - $1M | Comedy A middle-aged empty-nester, after being in a movie shot in her small Southern town moves to LA to follow her new dream of actresssing. The only work she can find Dog sitting on a set
The Quodo Budget: $30M+ | Action ⋄ Adventure When a Gen Z discovers that she is from a supernatural heritage and develops powers that save her and her family from forces seeking to destroy them.
Deliveries of Death Budget: $5M - $10M | Horror ⋄ Comedy When an online delivery service is cursed, can anyone survive the item's murderous intent of everything killing everyone?
The Birth Budget: $1M - $5M | Romance ⋄ Comedy This is a Rom-Com based on the most famous family of all time. Two thousand years before the Kardashians. A young Jewish couple meets in a harsh, occupied desert. After finding herself carrying a prophesied child. She must convince her fiance to continue with the marriage, deal with their parents, culture, and an invading army to bring the child into the world. It is a prequel to the Greatest Story Ever Told.
The City of Music Budget: $5M - $10M | Historical ⋄ Drama Based on a true story. Three African American girls go from the tobacco fields of Tennessee to an audience with the Queen of England. Using education and music to overcome racism, poverty, and hatred.
Funny Little Things Budget: $1M - $5M | Romance ⋄ Comedy A college graduate inherits a house and with her best friend, a General Contractor attempts to turn it into an eco-friendly AirBnB. The problem is Grandma, a famous comedian, hasn't exactly left yet.
Goldierocks and the Secret of Happiness Budget: $5M - $10M | Animation ⋄ Comedy Someone is kidnapping the singers in The Enchanted Forest. Meanwhile GoldieRocks is searching for the perfect style of music. With the help of her mother BrundiLocks and the Fairy Queen Setabyma they uncover a secret plot, save Moosemans concert, the music of the Forest, and learn the secret to happiness along the way.