Available Scripts

SHELL GAME

Feature Film, European Thriller

A fortysomething assassin must choose who to trust and who to kill when her lover sends her to kill her best friend.

An affecting, at times brilliant, take on the international thriller genre… ends with a standoff most writers strive to achieve. The characterization, interpersonal relationships, stakes and pacing are the standout elements here, boasting a highly commercial – though blisteringly intelligent – story 
– The Black List  

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DO YOU TAKE...

Feature Film, Romantic Comedy

A straight-laced accountant’s fairy-tale wedding is thrown into jeopardy when her bohemian holiday fling turns up three days before the ceremony.

This is a joy of a script with a vivid, hard-not-to-love world and top notch dialogue. The characters are charming, and the pacing of the plot is well-handled… Overall, this script is genuinely funny in a way that’s sincere more than slapstick – a breath of fresh air. ”
– The Black List

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THURSDAY'S CHILD

Feature Film, Thriller

A teacher is forced into an uneasy alliance with a drug company to follow a series of cryptic clues left by her dead father, which lead to a cure for a deadly global plague.

By centering its story around the world of pharmaceuticals and access to life-saving medicine, THURSDAY’S CHILD puts a wonderful twist on the traditional thriller formula. The script features a variety of compelling characters, great tension and a surprising but satisfying conclusion.
– The Black List

The Ghosts of
Molly Keenan

TV Pilot, Comedy Drama (30 minutes)

An ambitious corporate lawyer’s five-year plan is torn apart when, on her 27th birthday, she unexpectedly inherits the power to see dead people – demanding, nosy, cantankerous dead people.

Currently optioned by John Kelleher Media

MARYPATCHEEN
Must Die

Short Film, Comedy (10 minutes)

A bitter Irishman builds a time machine to go back and stop the woman who wrote the misery memoir that blighted his schooldays. Will a visiting American be tempted to follow his example?

The dialogue itself feels genuine and captures the tone of the story perfectly…  Great comedic timing and strong character arcs help to create a story worth telling.”
Chicago Screenplay Awards

* Semi-finalist in the September 2019 Rome Prisma Awards (Best Short Screenplay)
* Quarter-finalist in the 2017 Page International Screenplay Competition (Short Film Scripts)