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Feature Screenplays

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On the brink of the civil war, a lonely young girl moves to a southern plantation. She befriends a ghost under her bed, only to discover there are much greater human horrors in store.

The ghost is a feature-length live action version of a short stop-motion film of the same title.

MOTHER, MAIDEN AND CRONE: A mother who loses her child takes a rafting trip with friends to escape her grief. Curiosity leads them to explore remote caves rumored to be a witch’s den, a hellish place from which only one will emerge, forever changed.

  • Finalist, Women in Horror Film Festival (2020)

  • Official Selection, Oregon Scream Week Horror Film Festival (2019)

  • Official Selection, Diabolical Horror Film Festival (2019)

  • Official Selection, Grim North Screenplay Festival (2019)

FINALIST - Women in Horror Film Festival
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RAVEN DOCK: After losing her family in a tragic accident, a teenage girl travels to a remote area of the northern woods to meet an aunt she never knew and be initiated into a mysterious coven of witches that run in her bloodline.  (OPTIONED) (Young Adult Novel of RAVEN DOCK being published by White Bird Publications)

  • Finalist - Oaxaca Global Screenwriting Challenge (2018)

  • Finalist – NOLA Horror Film Fest (2018)

  • Quarterfinalist – ScreenCraft Horror Screenplay Contest (2018)

THE PIED PIPER: Motocross stunt rider Cody "Cobra" Collins tracks down the notorious Pied Piper, a child abductor who kidnapped his sister 15 years earlier, now with two other young victims in his grip.


  • Best Screenplay – Shivers International Film Festival

  • Finalist – Crimson Horror Film Festival

  • Finalist – Horror Film & Screenplay Festival

  • Semi-Finalist – New Blood Screenwriting Contest

  • Finalist – New York Horror Film Festival



THE MILLER BOARDING HOUSE: A pregnant young woman from the 1930s seeks refuge in a remote boarding house. She thinks she’s safe until the inhabitants and events become increasingly bizarre, transcending reality and time and putting her unborn child in danger. (Feature version of our short film)

  • 1st Place, Horror Category – Cannes Screenplay Contest

  • Best Screenplay – Dazed4Horror Film Festival

  • Quarter Finalist – ScreenCraft Horror Screenplay Contes

  • Finalist – Global Script Challenge, Oaxaca Film Fest, Mexico 

THE GYPSY CHILDREN: Carley Mitchell almost lost her son Toby to a terrible accident and her husband to another woman. Now, on a vacation to Spain meant to heal the family's wounds, all hope for happiness seems dashed when a band of urchins lure Toby away and disappear with him into the streets of a strange city.


  • 2nd Round Finalist – TheWriteRoom.Org Screenplay Competition

  • Finalist, Horror Category – Cannes Screenplay Contest

BLOODY WILLIAMSON (co-written with James Ballowe): 1922, Southern Illinois – Based on true events, Bloody Williamson tells two sides of a harrowing story in which over twenty men were tortured and murdered by angry strikers after a mine owner refused to cease operation.

  • Silver Remi Award, Worldfest Houston (2019)

  • 2nd Runner Up, Best Original Screenplay, Jefferson State FLIXX FEST (2018)

  • Best Original Screenplay, Burbank International Film Festival (2017)

  • Finalist, Nashville Film Festival (Historical Feature Screenplay, 2017)

SHELTER ME (co-written with Jerry Vasilatos): "Shelter Me" tells the story of Jeanie Carpenter, a domestic abuse survivor who becomes ensnared in a homicide investigation threatening both herself and a young child she has befriended after seeking refuge in a Washington D.C. homeless shelter. (OPTIONED BY NITESTAR PRODUCTIONS)

  • 1st Place, Best Feature Screenplay, Los Angeles International Film Festival (LAIFFA)

  • Finalist, Script Summit Screenplay Contest

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FINALIST - 2017 NYCHFF Screenplay Compet
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