I was raised in a theater family and had my first stage role at six. Between college and a “real job,” I became a certified professional ski instructor, followed by a 22 year career as an insurance defense trial coordinator. As a writer, I excelled at factual and legal arguments that won in court, kept judges interested and set a new standard in my federal district. Using the same drive, I took early retirement from law and immersed myself in screenwriting and filmmaking, making over 10 short films in two years. I won best short script and was a finalist in six other festivals with my first short script and now have two feature film scripts doing well in the festival circuit. I act and do commercials to support my screenwriting and filmmaking.
Producer (1 Credit)
Writer (1 Credit)
Director (1 Credit)
New York Film Academy
Upright Citizens Brigade
Improv 1, 2
Concord Law School
Civil, Criminal and Constitutional Law
University of Nevada Las Vegas
Professional ski instructor, purple belt in Tae Kwon Do, can hear a kitten in need of rescuing from three miles away. Best role as an actor, Helen Keller in The Miracle Worker.
"A computer error. Computers do still crash, you know. No one's ever going to be able to fix that." Kill Switch
"I'll think about it tomorrow when I'm back at Tara." Gone With the Wind
"I've got so many bad ideas coming at me at once, I don't know which one to reject first." Mary Shannon, In Plain Sight
Give me a prompt and I will give you a story. It's all about the story.