Sizzle Reel for  feature length script

"Davie Poplar"


Two college seniors about to graduate

get in a car wreck and see their last year

of college flash before them. The year is

made of life, love, friendship, heartbreak

and hope. 

“Command the Ocean” takes place in the United States in 1893, just 30 years after the civil war when the country is still trying to find its equilibrium after nearly being split in half. Set in the Outer Banks of North Carolina, the 7 part series features shipwrecks, storms, piracy, lighthouses and lifesaving. It has themes of love, regret, whether you’re defined by your past or you grow from it, the different ways people approach the world, family, friendship and forgiveness. 


Currently being adapted into a novel, which won, "Judges' Favorite" at the 2018 Ink and Insights Contest.

Short film available for option.

"The Legacy of Noname Fish."


Two best friends boys Jake and Essu are in charge of their school's aquarium in which

lives a fish named Noname. Essu transfers schools after being bullied. Noname dies and Jake writes a eulogy

about him. 

Writing Resume


Education
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC                                         
Bachelor of Arts Communications
Lambda Pi Eta, National Pi Eta, National Honors Society for Communications Studies
GPA 3.588

North Carolina School of the Arts- Filmmaking Summer Session
Specialized in Screenwriting and Producing
Develop and direct short narrative script
Crewed on 4 other short films as 1st AD and Producer


College Writing Experience
Head Writer/Guest Writer | UNC CH Student Television | Chapel Hill                                 
Head Writer for Serial Drama General College
Guest Writer for Action Comedy R.A.V.E.
Supervised writing team and approve quality and content
Edited audio and video
Designed and produced promotions for upcoming season and special events
Pitched story and episode scripts to producers


Professional Filmmaking Work History
Assistant Project Manager| HENNINGER MEDIA SERVICES | Washington, DC                                 
Developed and executed post-production schedule within multiple departments both internal and external on limited and extended timetables during political season for both political campaigns and National Geographic, Discovery Channel and other projects including broadcast programming, television ads, and corporate video.
Provided support to Senior Project Managers as well as respond to requests from billings, sales and general operations