Kennesaw State University (Communications)
I've been in the creative writing business for almost 15 years now with a focus on writing for film and TV. My two most recent projects are a feature film optioned by an A list director and a TV pilot produced by Atlanta's own Zombie Cat Productions. We are currently in talks with several agencies interested in representing us.
Other than my screenwriting I've written several published short stories, one of which won an award with Skive Magazine in 2008. I appreciate writers who not only take what they do seriously but are willing to learn and actually listen. Listening was a skill I had to learn the hard way over the years. I understand how difficult it is to take criticism. However, if you're willing to at least listen to what I have to say the important bits might actually stick. That's all that matters.
Please don't contact me if you want to be coddled. My writing instructor in college was brutal but I ultimately learned a lot. I'm not as harsh as he was but I take this very seriously. If you do as well we'll get along just fine. Just remember there's a reason why you contacted me!
Besides screenwriting I'm also very active in the Atlanta film community. I know a ton of people and who I don't know it would take just one phone call or email to find them. If you're interested in the business you should check out my podcast Atlanta Film Chat. If you're curious how the process works from optioning to filming to editing I can help.
If you want advice on how to improve your writing, how the film industry works, how you can get attention in the business, and more, contact me ASAP. As long as we schedule well ahead of time my availability is fairly wide open. I've been in the creative writing business for almost 15 years now with a focus on writing for film and TV. My two most recent projects are a feature film optioned by an A list director and a TV pilot produced by Atlanta's own Zombie Cat Productions. We are currently in talks with several agencies interested in representing us.
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I've been a screenwriter for almost 15 years. I have a feature film in development with an A list director. Two more features I'm working on are gaining interest from production companies as well. My TV pilot was produced last year and we're in talks with CAA and other agencies to represent the show.