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I am a writer/director with a wide-ranging interest in world cinema. i use my background in shooting and editing to pay rent, B...

Marlboro, VT

Long Island


Valencia, Spain

Writer, Interviewer/presenter (documentary)




Writer, Director

Longmont, CO

Actor, Director, Writer


Actor, Musician, Writer, Composer, Songwriter, Etc

Los Angeles & sometimes Hilo, Hawaii

Hollywood, Obi-wan said it best..."you'll never find a more wretched hive of scum and villainy."


Port Orange, FL


Writer, Director, Producer - earthlight entertainment inc.


Animator, Writer


Writer, Actress



"every writer is a frustrated actor who recites his lines in the hidden auditorium of his skull." ...rod serling

I'm just one man doing the job of a million monkeys with a million typewriters.

The Detroit Metroplex

Writer, Electrician, Audio noodler



Excuse me while i whip this out.

West Hollywood

Writer of fiction and non-fiction; also a digital animator and editor


Writer, House music


Writer, Director, Storyboard





Director, Editor, Producer, Writer

San Francisco, CA

Writer, Actor, Artist, Director



Recent Reviews from Top Reviewers


4.0 stars
Reviewed by John Millunzi
August 16, 2014


Steven Colbert


17 – UP

114 pgs

Okay, now remember, I’m no pro reviewer, so excuse me.

I do want to tip my hat to Irene Hamilton, you folks, everyone should check her out, she is a reviewer. Rea... Read more


4.7 stars
Reviewed by John Millunzi
August 16, 2014


Alison McGillivary

Alison, you’re remarkable.

I’m going to try and write this review without fear of feminists or militants. I don’t know if it is RTF that messes a few things, nor why you don’t have a pdf. If... Read more

Great stuff there!

5.0 stars
Reviewed by B. J. Edmund
August 15, 2014
Kristy struggles to save a visitor to earth from arrest as he is mistaken to be a certain criminal because of his resemblance to the police wanted. This is a surely original unique story concept.

The story idea in premise expression... Read more


3.0 stars
Reviewed by B. J. Edmund
August 13, 2014
The story concept has my yeah for its high uniqueness and originality degrees.

I noticed some format gaffes:-

Keep consistent in format or presentation of your script elements: you didn’t do so when you for instance wrote one slug ... Read more

Swashbuckling fun!!! Tremendous undertaking, wonderful and a few thoughts...

4.0 stars
Reviewed by John Alberts
July 25, 2014
The Sea Furies is great script! You have written a swashbuckling tale which is even more exciting since it’s based on real pirates! The script is about Annie, who escapes from an abusive husband and joins up with a group of pirates. Anni... Read more

Imagitive Script - very well done - need to expand to full length

4.0 stars
Reviewed by John Alberts
July 23, 2014
I wasn’t sure what to expect from “Bob Goes to Hell”, but it sounded original enough that I wanted to read it and I’m glad I did! You are a very good writer! The script unfolded naturally and was a very quick read as we follow Bob who go... Read more

Fantastic adventure! Great and original premise, a pleasure to read!!!

4.0 stars
Reviewed by John Alberts
July 09, 2014
Professor Moriarty Archcriminal is a fast paced and exciting story bringing the Pinkerton detective agency into contact with the world of Sherlock Holmes and Professor Moriarty. The story follows John, an agent of Pinkerton, who returns ... Read more

Amazing draft! Rich in tone and human emotion!!!

5.0 stars
Reviewed by John Alberts
July 08, 2014
Back to the Old House is the story of Marty and the challenges he faces if he wants to return home. His mother is dying and a phone call calls Marty home one last time, but he has done something so awful he knows family and friends don’t... Read more

Wonderful! Great story, great writing!

4.0 stars
Reviewed by John Alberts
July 08, 2014
Phoenix on the Mountain tells the story of Feng Shan Ho who risked his life to save over 1,000 Jewish people during World War II by issuing visas to China. The script flows very smoothly and the formatting looks great.

This is a wond... Read more

Not a bad idea...

2.0 stars
Reviewed by B. J. Edmund
July 04, 2014
The concept is not a bad idea, though I personally prefer a land lord who’s not blood-related to any of the rent-demanded, as such would be more motivational to them since it rubs out family sympathy.

The script has some format issues... Read more