I’ve been obsessed with screenwriting for as long as I can remember. I truly believe it’s the most important part of the filmmaking process. Without an idea and a script, there’s nothing.
The following are a couple of my scripts that have received recognition in various festivals and competitions throughout the years. If you’re curious and would like to read one (or all) of them- hit me up through the contact page.
Jake and the Ghosts
Comedy Feature (Winner, Raindance Live Option!)
A paranormal buddy comedy about an aspiring exorcist who breaks all the rules when he teams up with a ghost in order to take down a mutual enemy.
Owen from the Woods
Comedy Pilot (selected for 2018 Stand-Up & Pitch Competition at Just for Laughs)
In an effort to impress and win back his ex-girlfriend, David agrees to become the caretaker and social rehabilitator of Owen, a wild man who has recently emerged from the deep woods after being lost there since he was a small child.
Comedy Short (Finalist, Jameson First Shot)
Minutes away from the biggest real estate sale of his career, Michael finds himself stuck in the collapsed floor of the condo he needs to sell.
The Comatose Idiot
After accidentally putting a man in a coma during an altercation, a mild-mannered newlywed is forced to race against the clock to finish him off after discovering that the man in question is a part of a dangerous and vengeful crime family.
Original 30 Minute Pilot Script (Adapted into short-form web series produced by Kevin Hart)
Three best friends attempt to relive their college glory years by becoming campus security guards at their former school.
Brooklyn Nine-Nine – “Famous”
Season 1 SPEC
When Jake’s five-hundredth arrest turns out to be a famous actor, he’s forced to deal with having his coworkers’ praise stolen by the presence of a celebrity. Meanwhile, Captain Holt enlists Gina to help him learn the ways of celebrity gossip journalists in preparation for an important press conference.
New Girl – “Mixology”
Season 1 SPEC (Runner-Up L.A. Comedy Shorts Festival)
After Jess is hired as a mixologist at Nick’s bar, the two enter a fierce competition to prove who can draw in the most customers. Winston has to wear an eyepatch after slipping on Schmidt’s freshly-waxed tiles. Feeling extremely guilty, Schmidt tries to win back his friendship by treating him like a king.