I studied Classical Hollywood film and the adaptation of novel to film at the University of Melbourne.
I have written a screenplay about the artist Walter Sickert being Jack the Ripper: 'Jack the Ripper - The Autumn of Terror'. We see the character of Sickert/the Ripper and his extraordinary life. For once we get to see the victims and the lives they led. We get to hear the conversations that Jack the Ripper had with the victims that were overheard by witnesses as reported in the police records.
I have written a screenplay about Oscar Pistorius (a perilous narcissist) and Reeva Steenkamp's relationship: 'Valentine's Day'. We see what their relationship was like and the timeline of events that led to her murder on Valentine's Day. We learn why Reeva was really killed.
Jack the Ripper - The Autumn of Terror Budget: $1M - $5M | Thriller ⋄ Historical The artist Walter Sickert as Jack the Ripper. We see the charismatic Sickert and his extraordinary life within the upper echelons of West London society. For once we get to see who the five East End prostitutes were and the lives of poverty that they led, in the Victorian England of the late 1880's. We get to hear the conversations that Jack the Ripper had with the victims, that were overheard by witnesses, as reported in the police records. We see the police and the public's unsuccessful attempts to catch Sickert/the Ripper. We learn that Sickert did reveal the truth to a friend and fellow artist before he died.
'Valentine's Day' (Oscar Pistorius/ Reeva Steenkamp) Budget: $1M - $5M | Drama The rich and famous, Paralympic athlete murders his beautiful girlfriend - a model, actress and reality tv contestant whose star is on the rise. We see the relationship between Oscar Pistorius the perilous narcissist and the empath Reeva Steenkamp. We see the timeline of events that led to her death. We see the cover up afterwards. We see what really happened on Valentine’s Day. We learn why Reeva Steenkamp was really killed.
University of Melbourne