I like to write dramatic screenplays, which provide a deep bond with the audience. I fell in love with film, as a child, because it provided me with an immediate connection into the broader world and other people’s personal stories. When I write I want to move people on an emotional level and take them on a journey of growth. I also enjoy a good laugh and can write comedy as well.
SLATE/PROJECTS IN DEVELOPMENT
Feature Film, Drama
Set in a country town named Mindabarra a 35-year-old female hotel owner is married with two young children. She feels stuck in her life and ways. Her husband employs a waitress in her early twenties to work for them, which throws her life upside down.
Short Film, Comedy
A PR team at Crown Casino invites James Manning, a New Zealand millionaire, to purchase the most expensive cocktail ever sold, with the intention of getting into the Guinness Book of Records and promoting their casino. But whilst he is there an incident prevents him from buying it.
I have written and directed five short films. Lover’s Walk was selected for numerous international film festivals and won Most Positive Image of Age award at the St Kilda Film Festival in 2009. The Accident was selected to do the national tour with St Kilda Film Festival 2010. I have worked on and off in the film and TV industry for fifteen years in a variety of roles, from production management to art direction. I have studied at La Trobe University and RMIT and trained at AFTRS, VCA, OPEN CHANNEL and New York Film Academy.