Keith's first published work was a Spider-Man project at Marvel Comics at the age of 19. He also may've broken a NICHOLL FELLOWSHIP record, with 3 of 3 submitted scripts ALL placing in the top percentile of the highly regarded contest -- an apparently unheard of achievement according to a 25-year industry vet. His credited work includes script-doctoring 3 indie films; one ("Mango Tango") went on to win awards, like Best Director and Jury Prize, at Film Fests around the world. He's had family features and a superhero spec receive Strong Considers from Disney, New Line, TWC, Legendary, Overbrook & others; the latter spec script's diverse cast of female leads was more than a decade too early, but in April 2021, it was a Top 10 Finalist (out of "10s of thousands") in Silicon Valley's CINEQUEST contest, the first to which it had ever been submitted. His Heist series pilot spec received high marks via a script-reading veteran as well as a Stage32 manager, and both his character-driven/art-house specs have received laurels, Considers, and a variety of contest recognition, including placing as a finalist in the famed Blue Cat contest and the Sundance Table Read competition.
He is currently publishing a line of high-concept, multicultural, multi-gender adventure comics ready-made for adaptation into other media. He has multiple feature and series projects ready for production.
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