USC MFA in screenwriting.
Feature film “Mimi and Ulrich” in pre-production with Blonde to Black Films.
Ghostwriter for celebrity memoirs published by Harper Collins, Simon&Schuster, and Rare Bird.
Journalism, celebrity interviews and arts journalism published in Dazed, AnOther, T magazine, Paper, Monocle, Vulture, LA Weekly, the Village Voice, ArtInfo, 89, HUMANITY, the LA Times and Variety, where I was Style Editor for two years.
Former editor at Shepard Fairey’s culture magazine, Swindle, and writer for the LA Weekly’s first style blog, the Style Council.
Ghostwriting credits include "Kicking Up Dirt" (Harper Collins), autobiography of deaf motocross champion Ashley Fiolek, Kindle best-seller “Dirty Rocker Boys” (Simon & Schuster), the memoir of Sunset Strip video vixen Bobbie Brown, and its follow-up, “Cherry On Top”, (Rare Birds, forthcoming July 2019).
Book proposals sold to major publishers for clients Stephen Pearcy (RATT) and Steve Aoki. Contributor to coffee table books including "Let There Be GWAR” (Gingko), “The Masque” (about LA punk club), “Cool Disco Dan”, and “Beyond The Streets”.
Screenplay commissions include “Rothko”, about the theft of the abstract expressionist’s art after his death, and “Sheri”, set in contemporary Seattle, exploring maternal narcissism.
Screenwriting accolades include Second Round, Sundance Lab 2015; Next 100, Academy Nicholl Fellowships competition, 2016 Hedgebrook Screenwriters Lab, Winner, Best Graduate Screenplay, Ivy Film Festival 2016, and Austin Film Festival Second Round.
Period scripts include "Grace", a film about Irish rebel Grace O’Malley, written with Siobhan Fahey (Bananarama/Shakespear’s Sister); “Odd Women” a TV drama about Victorian-era feminists in London adapted from George Gissing’s novel, and “Angels” a TV drama about John Dee, Queen Elizabeth I’s magician and astrologer.
Director of short films