Before I started writing in 2005 at the age of 60, I was the CEO for an International manufacturing company and prior to that a marketing executive for the Sony Corporation.
I bring my commercial experience and world travels together with my business and marketing skills to create fast moving, exciting and entertaining stories for film.
In my few years as a writer I have been commissioned by directors David DeCoteau, and emerging director Simon Foster and producers Bill Dever, Françoise Gouliardon and André Paquette and hired as a story editor for prize-winning director Andy Lauer.
Recently I completed a screenplay commissioned for a prestigious Anglo/Chinese project and was commissioned to write a new TV series based on the short stories of the renowned horror author, Ramsay Campbell.
Currently I have two screenplays going into production and two others that have won awards.
An unsuccessful scriptwriter throws his computer out and replaces it with an old Underwood typewriter, previously used to write “Psycho”.
With his typewriter the characters from his dark twisted mind come to life with devastating consequences.
WARNING - Excessive swearing, some degrading sex and some mindless violence. Well, it is a story about a writer.
A deep cover American agent is imprisoned in Guantanamo Bay.
When his masters discover the mistake they orchestrate his release but then he faces a new challenge, his infiltration into the Taliban is known of by Al-Qaeda by a leak from one of his CIA colleagues and Al-Qaeda wants revenge.
A detective believes his daughter is killed, along with other members of his family in the Asian Tsunami.
Until he discovers his daughter’s photo on a pedophile’s auction web site. He has four days to find her.