Here’s a shortlist of some of the projects I’ve completed, but please contact me for my current television and feature samples.
To find a list of my recent press and awards, check out this page.
KINGDOM OF PAVEMENT Interviews
I run the art and literary publication KINGDOM OF PAVEMENT, where we profile rising creatives in Los Angeles and beyond. Here are some of my favorite profiles I’ve written so far:
- Writer and stripper Erika Flynn took me pole dancing, and I interviewed her about how she’s reinventing strippers on-screen.
- QUEEN OF THE SOUTH actress and musician Idalia Valles takes me bouldering, helps me overcome my fear of heights, and we talk about how she’s overcome obstacles in her career so far.
- I go to a high school reunion that isn’t mine — and explore the incredible world of immersive theater in Los Angeles.
Personal Essays & Short Stories
I recently wrote this personal essay about how pole dancing helped me explore my bisexuality for the Los Angeles Times.
THE BIRTH CONTROL PILLGRIMAGE is a personal essay I was commissioned to write for the publication Uncomfortable Revolution. I’m passionate about writing about women’s health and other issues, and think it’s important for writers to find ways to be vulnerable about “sensitive” topics in order to promote a more empathetic world.
THICK SKIN, or, fever dreams in the trenches. Short story about the malaise of assistant life in Los Angeles.
You can find a smattering of my micro-fiction endeavors on my Medium as well.
Here are a few of my short scripts. Both ANNA SOMNIA and NEVER SASY NEVERLAND were produced.
ANNA SOMNIA. His insomnia, personified as a woman that won’t let him sleep until he faces what he’s done.
NEVER SAY NEVERLAND. Wendy Darling is a psychiatrist trying to save Peter Pan from the fate of a lobotomy at the hands of Dr. Hook in a mental institution, where his delusions of a ‘Neverland’ have taken over his mind.
THE HUNTINGTON’S CLUB. Two siblings go on an adventure to find an elusive food truck to forestall a diagnosis.
// From the Archives
Below is a small sampling of produced work I did while at USC between 2012-2016. While imperfect and definitely “student work,” I’m still so proud of what my talented collaborators and I were able to achieve on zero budgets and student schedules.
Television Miniseries: “CON”
This dramatic series about con artists won a Television Academy College Television Emmy, and won Best Drama and Best Actor in the Miami International Webfest. It was also an official selection of the New York Webfest.
I was the showrunner for the two seasons it aired, collaborating with my writing/producing partners-in-crime, Noah Suarez-Sikes and Jen Enfield-Kane. You can watch the series in its entirety at contvshow.com
Never Say Neverland: Short Film (In Post-Production)
A short I wrote got produced by some incredible filmmakers in Miami and is in post-production now. Read more about it here.
Antidote 15: Webseries
ANTIDOTE 15 was a two-season webseries and an official selection of the Hollyweb Festival. It follows an actress who is poisoned the night before her big show and has 15 hours to follow a set of instructions in order to get her antidote and survive.
I created it during my time at USC, and you can watch Antidote 15 in its entirety here.