Available Scripts

All scripts are complete and registered with the Writers Guild of America

PHOENIX

Feature Film, Thriller

A women persuades her estranged identical twin to help her escape her wealthy, abusive husband.

“A very twisty, complex-yet-commercial thriller”
– The Black List

  • Official Selection, 2021 Thriller/Suspense Film & Writing Festival
Shell Game

SHELL GAME

Feature Film, Thriller

A fortysomething assassin must choose who to trust and who to kill when her lover sends her to murder her former best friend, the sister assassin who betrayed her.

A highly commercial – though blisteringly intelligent – story 
– The Black List

  • Semi-Finalist in the 2021 NYC International Screenplay Awards
  • Finalist in the 2020 Feel The Reel International Film Festival
  • Quarter Finalist in the 2019 Los Angeles International Screenplay Awards
  • Finalist in the 2019 Breaking Walls Thriller Screenplay Contest

A CHRISTMAS WEDDING

Feature Film, Romantic Comedy

A strait-laced accountant’s dream Christmas wedding is thrown into jeopardy when her bohemian holiday fling turns up to declare his undying love – three days before she walks down the aisle.

A joy of a script with a vivid, hard-not-to-love world and top notch dialogue” – The Black List

  • Winner of the 2020 WriteMovies Romance and Comedy Award
  • Semi-Finalist in the 2020 NYC International Screenplay Awards
  • Finalist in the 2020 Feel The Reel International Film Festival
Thursday's Child

THURSDAY'S CHILD

Feature Film, Thriller

After a deadly virus has swept across the world, the pharmaceutical industry is making billions producing antiretroviral drugs to keep infected people alive. Until a dying scientist develops a cure and entrusts it to the one person he knows he can trust – the estranged school-teacher daughter who hates him.

A wonderful twist on the traditional thriller formula
– The Black List

  • Placed Third in the 2020 Feel The Reel International Film Festival

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?

Great comedic timing and strong character arcs help to create a story worth telling.”
Chicago Screenplay Awards

  • Quarter Finalist in the 2019 Los Angeles International Screenplay Awards

  • Finalist in the Chicago Screenplay Awards 2019

  • Semi-finalist in the September 2019 Rome Prisma Awards (Best Short Screenplay)

  • Quarter-finalist in the 2017 Page International
    Screenplay Competition (Short Film Scripts)