The most beautiful sight in the universe is the look of joy, or sadness, or sudden recognition on the softly-illuminated faces of the people in the audience. Telling made-up stories that evoke real feelings in the hearts and minds of others is my calling. Here are a few of those stories…

A magical, millenial Jesus Twink straddles the jagged line between gay life and ordained ministry in sexy, secular Manhattan. OMG – half hour pilot. Winner, 2018 Nashville Film Festival Half Hour Teleplay Competition

Progressive theologians battle the encroachment of fundamentalism within the cloistered walls of a Manhattan seminary. The Jesus Fund – stage play. Premiered at Burning Coal Theatre Co. Jan. 2014

A bitter young man grieves the loss of his abusive mother, his dog and his relationship in a Walmart parking lot.  Jasper – stage play. Semi-finalist, 2016 Bay Area Playwrights

Six friends take luxurious refuge in the South of France from a tumultuous world gripped by uncertainty and fear. Adam Then – stage play. Semi-finalist, O’Neill National Playwrights Conference

Two young men, one black, the other white, escape Jim Crow-era Mississippi seeking happiness in the wider world, only to have their terrible shared secret threaten to drag them both back home. The Fiddle Player –  feature screenplay. Second Round Selection, Sundance Screenwriters Lab 2017

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