Current Project: Teen Dreams – A teenage girl “Home Alone” comedy
Delta Pi – Delta Pi is a comedy in the Legally Blonde style about the first girl to pledge a fraternity. After a name mix up and a cruel trick gets Jordan an invitation to join a prestigious law fraternity – she finds that the only room left in town might be the only place where she belongs. Quarterfinalist Scriptalooza, Semi-finalist in the Writemovies.com screenwriting contest, First Round Finalist Open Door/Benderspink, Second-round Austin Film Festival, Top 100 in Scriptshark.
Last Hand– Drama - Madison is the best blackjack dealer and card counter in Las Vegas but is she good enough to win a million dollars? Quarterfinalist in Nicholl Fellowship, Top 10 Finalist in Writemovies.com, Second-round finalist Austin Film Festival.
First Man - A romantic comedy. Jake expected a lot of unusual things to happen during his career as a major league baseball player, but marrying the President wasn’t one of them. Are we ready for a male “first lady?” Quarterfinalist Scriptalooza, Semifinalist in FilmMakers.com's New Millennium Celebrations, Screenplay Contest. Semi-Finalist in the Chesterfield Writer’s Film Project. Quarterfinalist in Nicholl Fellowship. Second-round Austin Film Festival.
Backup - A medical thriller. When a dying doctor develops a procedure to "backup" his mind to a computer, a young single mother suspects her son has become the next step in the experiment. Top 10 finalist in FilmMakers.com's New Millennium Celebrations, Screenplay Contest. Honorable Mention – Willamette Screenwriting Contest.
Aloha Princess – Drama - Kalani can’t wait to get off the islands and start film school at USC – but she doesn’t have the tuition money and reluctantly enters a hula contest. When she needs the help of her estranged Hawaiian relatives to win the prize money, she gets caught up in their struggle for Hawaiian sovereignty and her own royal destiny to be the next Queen of Hawaii. Semi-finalist in the Witemovies.com screenwriting contest. Second-round Austin Film Festival.
Use of Deadly Force – Female action/adventure about the takeover of a nuclear power plant. Teresa Ramirez is a fearless member of an elite security force at a nuclear power plant. When terrorists take over the plant, Teresa must struggle to protect her family, the public, and most of all - her honor. First Place Winner of Writemovies.com A/Exposure Contest.
Time for Lily – A comedy about time. Lily sits in "God's waiting room" at a rest home with too much time on her hands. As a single parent trying to start her own business, Megan never has enough time. When their lives become switched, they must learn to survive in someone else's moment in time. First-Round Finalist in Script Magazine Open Door Contest
Princess Quest – Children/Animation - Kira, the fearless Princess of the mythical kingdom of Latavia, had trained her whole life to rule until her father remarried and a male heir was born. When the child is kidnapped, Kira must lead a quest through forbidden lands to save her kingdom, prove her loyalty, and discover her heart. (Also a children’s chapter book for 7-10 year olds.) Quarter Finalist in Scriptapalooza Competition. Semi-Finalist in the Chesterfield Writer’s Film Project.
Heavenly Things - a romantic comedy. When a minister poses as a car salesman he finds not only that he has a talent for selling cars, but for attracting the opposite sex. Semifinalist in FilmMakers.com's New Millennium Celebrations, Screenplay Contest.
The Baby- is a dramatic short, based on the short story, L"Enfant written by Octave Mirbeau in 1885. It is a morbid tale of the trial of a man accused of killing his newborn child. Currently being produced by a first-time film producer/director, Patrick Query.
Runaway Cricket is sold and being produced by www.Blackorb.com (a new animation company.)
Just Shy of Perfect - A romantic comedy. What if two people met in an overcoming shyness seminar? Better yet, what if neither one of them belonged there?
Last Woman - What if you were the last woman on Earth? Sci-Fi Thriller.
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