My studies began at Providence College, where I studied screenwriting and creative writing. I then continued working on my craft through the Protrack mentoring program at the Jacob Krueger Studio in New York City.
I write about family — the ones we are given, the ones we are stuck with, and the ones we choose. With honesty and deep reflection, I use various genres to tell stories that help understand trauma, grief, and many feelings that we must be open to talk more truthfully about.
My screenplays have won several awards, while my comics have been chosen for a number of short comics anthologies, with my latest graphic novel having been picked up by Maverick!
I was the editor on a handful of comics projects, including two Negative Space Anthologies — a free digital anthology and a large print anthology successfully crowdfunded in 2022, raising over $10k.
You can read about my stories below. If you are interested in connecting and learning more, please don't hesitate to get in touch. Let's connect!
Feature Film — True Story, Sports Biopic, Family Drama
The true story behind the two brothers who founded Adidas and Puma, and their journey to change the world of sports. But a pivotal decision at the 1936 Berlin Olympics—the Nazi Olympics—jeopardizes not only their relationship but also the chance to become legends.
Bent Necks — telling the tumultuous beginnings of culture-changing siblings who founded Adidas and Puma — won The Film Empire’s Diversity Mentorship for Screenwriters (2020), was a semifinalist in the ScreenCraft True Story Competition (2020), and placed top 15% for The Academy Nicholl Fellowship (2020).
Stephanie & Burt
30-Min TV Pilot — Fun, Inclusive, College Dramedy
Two bickering students run the school newspaper at a Catholic university while tackling relationship issues and demanding weekly assignments. Oh, and they are secretly Stephanie & Burt, the notorious duo behind an anonymous advice column giving curious college students real-life advice about sex, drugs, and so much more, ignoring the institution’s dogmas and shattering student's hearts along the way.
The Undoing Well
180 Page YA Graphic Novel — Fantasy, Magical, Dark
A boy surrounded by strange magic discovers The Undoing Well — with the right price, the relic sends him back in time so the boy can undo the events that led to his father's death. But as an evil force gains power with each adventure in time, the boy starts to uncover his legacy as the protector of light.
The Undoing Well explores grief and loss by asking how much someone is willing to sacrifice to change the events that killed a loved one. But can the events be undone? By trying to undo the death, is he the cause of it… again?