I am a writer and graduate of the Film and Writing Seminars programs at Johns Hopkins University. With my background in play-writing, my focus is on minimalist, character driven stories. I think characters should talk like real people, and I make a concerted effort to write dialogue that has character, rhythm and wit.
I am the winner of the Stephen A. Dixon Literary Prize and The First Alternate for the 2019 Michael Collyer Memorial Fellowship in Screenwriting,
After getting kicked out of her band and returning home, a young drummer finds herself managing a band of punk rockers.
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