Scroll down to see all my scripts and the awards they have won. To date I have won over 31 awards in some of Hollywood's most popular screenwriting competitions. Primarily through comedy, but I have won notable awards in drama as well as sci-fi.
A half-hour comedy about a group of cruise ship employees from around the world who have to battle each other's idiosyncrasies, guests who've abandoned common sense on land, and crazy has-been celebrity entertainers, all-the-while trying to make this the vacation of a lifetime
...for everyone else.
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Pilot Script Awards
"Your cold open was tense and exciting enough to grab an audience’s attention right away. An audience is going to be instantly invested in the episode. You did a nice job in your description of succinctly and clearly defining each of your series regulars. It was clear through those interactions what their personalities are and how they will interact with one another throughout the series. It was a good idea to make your main character, Pen, a newbie to the world of cruise ship life, as this was a nice way to also introduce your audience to the colorful cast of characters aboard the ship and the way things work."
Half-Hour live action comedy series
10+ episodes per season
A recently-promoted director must juggle adult animators hell-bent on acting like children, impossible-to-please clients, unforgiving deadlines and her own sanity in the bizarre, unpredictable world of children's animation.
Pilot Script Awards
A passionate chimpanzee must turn his dream of going to space into a reality if he and his oddball friends are to prove chimp-human equality and save the endangered zoo they call home from shutting down.
Review from Screencraft Judge: ALBERT is an engaging and fun story about the power of dreams. One highlight that is going to stick with me is the dynamic between the chimpanzees. Each chimp has a distinct and memorable character, and the banter, minor conflicts, and jokes that play out between them are very well done. Though the friendship between Sammy and Albert is the most fun, I especially like the dynamic between Melissa and Albert, which comes off as very realistic and helps ground the story.
When three lazy best friends (two British and one American) discover they've won the lottery, they're forced to embark on a perilous journey across the state to claim their winning ticket, all-the-while being hunted by the most cunning
creatures on the planet: their mothers.