1942, the brink of WWII, a struggling 17-year-old Black youth joins the Army to escape abject racism in the deep South only to discover the military is just as racists. He finds himself fighting on three fronts: against his own military, against the Nazis on D-Day and against his own self-doubt. Its MEN OF HONOR meets RED TAILS, inspired by true events.
This screenplay has earned accolades at the Big Apple Film Festival, the Los Angeles Film Festival, and the Austin Film Festival
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A college student, on a quest to learn about the mysterious disappearance of her father stumbles on a 70-year-old family secret that marks her for assassination by the same mafia family that forced her older relatives into hiding. Inspired by true events.
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Writer/Producer of a one-hour talk show Travel Daily, on the Travel Channel. Following the format of your favorite morning shows such as Today and Good Morning America, this award winning show was the first of its kind dedicated to the exploration of travel at the network level. I was responsible of 15 of the shows 65 episode arc.
In addition I wrote and produced the networks first ever live broadcast, the Mardi Gras from New Orleans.
I later went on to copy write and producers hundreds of hours of interstitials.
I wrote and produced Case-by-Case, a joint venture of NBC and CourtTV. The program, produced at Rockefeller Center in New York, explored the legal cases of real life victims, defendants, attorneys, witnesses and more in a talk show format before a live studio audience. Some content was a step back in time others more contemporary.
A program of this type required hours of research and interviews and understanding the legalese that goes with America's jurisprudence.
Worked exclusively as a writer for all-news radio station KNX in Los Angeles. I would often write five or more stories per hour depending upon the complexity of the content. This included conducting interviews with newsmakers or wrapping other previously gathered sound around my written copy.
Later went to work in KCOP TV newsroom in Los Angeles as Assignment Editor. In that role I was responsible for reporter assignments often editing their coup prior to its on-air presentation. I also field-produced several pieces which included written copy for on-air presentation.
Created and produced the TripCast360 podcast, a platform built around travel and tourism. I wrote and produced most of the copy that included commercials.