sam-r

When I write a story, I start with the characters. That’s what makes stories worthwhile. I find that the visuals, the plot and the themes all come after that. One thing I find it hard to do is write a story based on genre. I think that makes it feel too narrow. I want to think of the world of the story so that if it makes sense for the characters, I can go between genres.

SLATE/PROJECTS IN DEVELOPMENT

JOBS SUCK
Feature Film, Drama/Comedy
An overachieving, meticulous junior lawyer learns that she is for once not the smartest person she knows, but just another lawyer. Meanwhile her best friend, the underachieving slacker, has to take up his dad’s business after his passing, but it’s really not his thing.

IMMORTAL ME
Feature Film, Science Fiction/Drama/Comedy
When you’re an immortal man and you’ve been through it all before, you have trouble caring about the planet, which is a problem when you’re the only one who can save the world.

ABOUT ME

Currently studying screenwriting at RMIT.

PREFERRED MEDIA

Feature Film
Short Film
Network Television
Cable Television
Web Series

PREFERRED GENRES

Comedy
Drama
Science Fiction

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