After overseeing IT at the largest hospital in New York where I saw the reluctant convergence of medicine and computers, I wrote a scientific thriller, GRIDLOCK. The book earned highest praise in the Daphne Writer's Contest. The medical action thriller has now been adapted into a screenplay by the same name.
Title: GRIDLOCK Locations: San Francisco, Geneva, Tokyo
Genre: Action Thriller
I also Won Best Screenplay in the Top Shorts Contest with made-for TV, Single Man, Empty Fridge. It’s dark comedy about three divorced men, coping with rediscovering man mojo.
Title: Single Man, Empty Fridge Location: Northern California
Genre: Dark Comedy
I look forward to making new connections and bringing compelling stories to film.
Single Man, Empty Fridge Budget: $0 - $100K | Comedy Naïve, suburban Brian, prods jaded, Marty, on dark exploits of divorced life as a single dad. Marty dishes good and ugly…unwittingly shocking Brian who just started divorce. Next, Marty becomes divorce dad coach to Brian, introducing him to the single man’s Yoda, Carson, the Off-Off-Broadway Actor. Ultimately, comedic situations arise, revealing bachelor identity, mid-life crisis and divorce recovery, in the over-priced, seismically unstable San Francisco Bay Area.
Gridlock Budget: $5M - $10M | Thriller Nonconforming computer expert, Jude Wagner, 30s, should be ecstatic for developing code that enables personalized medicine over the internet, but he’s undercut powerful executives, triggering murders of his colleagues. When he discovers his twin has breast cancer, protecting his game-changing Project becomes personal, forcing him to morph from lone-wolf programmer to partner with the stodgy San Francisco FBI.
Winner - Top Shorts
Official Selection - Atlanta Comedy Film Festival