It’s hard to say exactly how many scripts I’ve written, but it’s well into the hundreds. If you would like a sample, look no further than my featured work contained within this site. I am also in the process of turning a series of original short stories into screenplays.

One such screenplay, “Office Plant,” was recently recognized at WorldFest Houston and the Richmond International Film Festival. 


No one knows how long it had been there, or even how it got there. It just appeared one day, sometime in the long ago past. Maybe it was already there when the staff from Cabinets & More moved in, and that was a little over five years ago. And even though no one could really determine what species it was, they didn’t put much thought into it either. It was just there in the corner of the break room, high upon a shelf, and that’s just the way it was.

Margaret from accounting surmised that it was a Rubber Tree plant. She had caught her brother peeing on one in a hotel lobby when he was only five, and she would never be able to get that image out of her head. But, Horace from assembly disagreed. He swore up and down that it was a Fig. “If that’s not a Fig,” he insisted, “you can all kiss my pasty-white ass.” And from then on, everyone referred to it as a Fig. (continue reading…)

Office Plant Screenplay Adaptation

Sometimes I’m asked to contribute written material for our client’s social media efforts and newsletters. One example, a PSA produced for the Richmond Animal League, features Filbert, an endearing three-legged dog. The PSA is below; the support document can be found here