As a young child, my grandmother swore I lived in a cartoon world. As a teenager, NOTHING was off the table and EVERYONE was interesting. I hated school but am surprisingly addicted to educating myself these days. I'm now old enough to look back and wonder what happened, and a single mother of three awesome children. I have lived a life riddled with such insane highs, lows, and twists, that I have been told movies should be written about my life, many times. I have struggled with multipotentiality my whole life - not a mental illness, I swear - though it tends to feel like one most of the time. I'm also a drifter who loves visiting new places, meeting new people, and trying new foods. Stumbling through life, as I do, there came a day I tripped over my own memories, fell down a spiraling rabbit hole, and emerged an accidental screenwriter. I've been told I'm pretty good at the craft, too - or maybe I'm just hearing what I want to hear. Who knows? One thing I have learned about screenwriting is it sucks more than I knew anything could suck in life and turning your work over when finished writing it is more painful than childbirth. Believe me, I know after three natural childbirths with not even a Tylenol to ease the pain. Regardless of the pain, though, I absolutely love this craft. Masochistic? Maybe. If it doesn't hurt, it's not worth it though, right? I'm pretty sure some smart person, somewhere, said that. Or, maybe I just made it up. Either way, I believe it to be true. Want proof? I LOVE constructive criticism. To me, though, all criticism is constructive. I guess being a model when I was younger really did pay off in the end. I'm not on the cover of any magazines, but I can take a verbal and written hit with the best of them. How else will I grow? Point made, I guess.
Anyway, I joined Stage32 to find friends, meet other creatives, and maybe even partner up with someone to film my movies - or theirs.
Reach out and connect with me. I don't bite. Not unless we know each other really well and you ask nicely, that is. ;)
SHE WASN'T THERE Drama Twenty-five years after losing her twin brother, a woman must finally confront the consequences of her severe childhood trauma while struggling to deal with her mother, who blames her for her brother’s death.
Film (short) by Kris & Terri DeBolt (Comedy) Production Manager Divorcing couple unearths common ground with the help of their Realtor.
Video by Digital Matters Productions (Music) Production Manager Music Video for Screamin. Musical artist Will Keeps.
Film by Thomas Beecher & Joe Clarke (Comedy and Romance) Actress Two engineering students who discover a mathematical formula to pick up women with ease.