I am a veteran writer of training films and a developer of training courses for a variety of mostly U.S. government clients. I’ve specialized in tackling sensitive and challenging behavioral health topics such as sexual assault prevention and response, suicide prevention, and mental and physical resilience, for the Marine Corps, Navy, Army, and Air Force. I have also worked on a wide variety of other training, outreach, and educational programs for clients including the Department of Defense, Department of Energy, Department of Education, Army Medical Research Command, and the Central Intelligence Agency. I have completed a feature film screenplay and plan to develop and complete future projects.
Lifeline Drama In 1970, a troubled, self-absorbed Navy ROTC university student, whose fighter pilot father is missing in action in North Vietnam, is assigned to perform community service at a drug crisis center, where he strives to win the love of an antiwar feminist and save a suicidal teenager from self-destruction.