Collaboration + Creativity + Community
I'm a producer of award-winning films and series featured in international film festivals and at the Smithsonian Institution. 14 years of production experience on narrative, commercial, educational, and industrial. Previous clients include YouTube Inc., CreatorUp, and Nitto/Toyo Tire.
I founded Initia Education to expand my work with bright students to include success coaching to help emerging creatives who are struggling with time management. I teach them proven systems that empower them to attain their entrepreneurial goals and thrive in life.
• Line producing
• Screenplay breakdown for schedule and budget
• Film business proposals and pitch decks
• Professional screenplay coverage
Film (Drama and Romance) Production manager In the hot desert monsoon season of Arizona, two best friends have trouble letting go of each other after a tragedy rips them apart.
Film (Short, Comedy, Drama and Thriller) Producer When down on his luck American spy Tom Ryder comes face to face with the worlds greatest mercenary in 1975 Moscow he decides to take matters into his own hands... but she has other plans.
The Geekie Awards
Portrait of Leonore
Film (Short and Drama) Camera and Electrical Department In Portrait of Leonore, a stylized, autobiographical short film, director Peter Jin copes with depression by creating a make-believe sister - a sister he might have had if his mother did not have an abortion - and indulges in fond, pretend memories of his otherwise unhappy childhood. Written by Anonymous
Series by Hachitan Entertainment (Adventure, Comedy and Sci-Fi) Producer A closet comic book creator must battle villains, bureaucrats, and her aspiring superhero roommate as a mysterious talking machine falls into her lap and is wanted by the forces of evil. Best Comedy Director Nominee, IAWTV Awards. Best Web Series Music, Unofficial Google+ Film Festival.
Television (Comedy) Producer One decent guy has had enough with the douchebags getting the girls and is mentored in the art of Douchebaggery by his masterful roommate.
Film (Short, Drama, Romance and Sci-Fi) Cinematographer The stream-of-consciousness love confession of Kenichi, a Japanese expatriate convinced he's a cyborg, as he tries to understand his doomed relationship with Mari, a plastic surgery addicted web-cam girl.
Film (Short, Drama, History and War) Camera and Electrical Department A US Marine scrambles into a foxhole during the WWII invasion of Okinawa. Shocked, he draws his rifle on a face that looks like the enemy: an American translator of Japanese Ancestry. A wall of suspicion and resentment separates them; they must learn to trust one another with their lives. Written by Anonymous
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The Vinyl Battle
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Take It Easy
Film (Short) Camera and Electrical Department Two teenage boys from St. Louis, who have just finished high school, decide to take a road trip to Winslow, Arizona to present to the town a statue of Don Henley which one of the two has constructed. But the sculptor is a poor artist at best, and the statue, which everybody they meet takes to be someone other than Mr. Henley, is damaged several times throughout the ill-fated trip, causing the boys to re-evaluate their friendship and their future. Written by Matt Patay
The Woman Chaser
Film (Comedy) Camera and Electrical Department Set in 1950s Los Angeles, Richard Hudson (Warburton) is a shrewd car dealer who moves from San Francisco and sets up a used-car dealership. Tiring of this job, he turns the lot over to an assistant and starts writing his first movie, The Man Who Got Away. It turns out to be an uncommercial picture chronicling the story of a truck driver who goes berserk, runs over a little girl and dies fending off a platoon of police officers. In making his film, Richard enlists the help of his father-in-law, Leo (Paul Malevich), a washed-up former film director whose notable possession is a Rouault painting of a clown. Through Leo, Richard pitches his idea to the Man (Ernie Vincent), the chief executive of Mammoth Pictures who green-lights the project. Conflict inevitably arises when Richard's obsession for making the movie his way clashes with the Man. Other kooky characters include Richard's mother (Lynette Bennett), a former ballerina who lures her hirsute lug of a son into a comic pas de deux ; ... Written by Anonymous
Film (Musical and Family) Camera and Electrical Department When Fantasyworld veteran, Early Knapp, decides to retire because the kids of the World no longer believe in him or the need for sleep, Fantasyworld's middle-management fairy-official in charge of Non-Human Resources, Marigold Pixietwiddle, gets involved. Together they go out in to the "field" to investigate a child who can actually see Knapp. Once there, the child, Tina Golden, manages to steal their magic, freeing the World's children from nightly sleep, jeopardizing the existence of Fantasyworld and generally unleashing a slapsticky Mayhem on the duo. In the end, both Knapp and the children learn valuable lessons about doing the right thing and the necessity for kids to go to sleep. Written by Anonymous