"A misfit group of Hawk detectives working for the Weehawken Police Department forms a specialized task force to investigate a new street drug. And maybe ticket the occasional Blue Jay walker."
"Hawk Squad" was one of the top 10 finalists in the 1st Annual Stage 32 New Voices in Animation Competition.
Trial By Fire
"An inexperienced recruit must lead her team of bionic soldiers through enemy territory in order to defeat an army of artificially intelligent robots programmed to be judge, jury, and executioner."
Most recently, "Trial By Fire" made the Short List at the 2020 Barnstorm Fest. Additionally, an early version was a Finalist in the Pilot Screenplay competition at Genre Blast Film Festival 2019.
"A disgraced professional fighter seeking redemption discovers that the son of a former opponent is now involved in a sinister conspiracy connected to her past."
"Woodhaven" was a semi-finalist in the feature screenplay competition at Genre Blast Film Festival 2018.
A short film was shot in 2017 as a proof of concept for the feature-length script. Along with winning the Silver Award at the Spotlight Short Film Awards, the short was accepted into the 2017 Genre Blast Film Festival, Manhattan Film Shorts, and the exclusive Movies at the Mill in Easton, PA.
"A wounded firefighter with the ability to control fire hunts down the ruthless leader of a drug syndicate to get revenge for the deaths of his wife and son."
"Hellbender" won the Bronze Prize at the 2016 World Series of Screenwriting
and received an Honorable Mention at the 2016 Genre Blast Film Festival.
A high school wrestler struggles with his obligations to his team and his responsibility to his family.
"Drowning" won Best Screenplay at the "15-Minutes of Fame" Film Festival while the short film won the "Award of Excellence" at the Los Angeles Movie Awards and placed 3rd at the All Sports Los Angeles Film Festival.
9-Part Feature-Length Script
"Project Nine" started as a side project to complement my senior thesis at the Rochester Institute of Technology. The idea was to write nine short scripts, each focusing on a different group of people living through the same tragedy: an outbreak of uncontrollable cannibalism, created to fight overpopulation.
Once the scripts were written, nine different directors, nine editors, and nine cinematographers (all film students at the Rochester Institute of Technology)
were brought on to create the largest student-produced, collaborative film ever.
Copies of the finished film are still available upon request.
All scripts are registered with the U.S. Copyright Office.