MY FILM MISSION: To make films that enable to viewer to see things in a new way and possibly reconsider their firmly planted convictions and opinions.  I want my films to leave the world a better place for an audience having seen them -- to encourage and motivate the viewer to take positive steps they might not have entertained previously, or at least pause and consider before acting or reacting.  My favorite films break down the walls of prejudice, or resolve conflicts without the use of guns.  And if they're also smart, quirky comedies, all the better! 

Film Projects in Development:
"SECRETS OF THE DOLLHOUSE"
11-year-old Rowan mopes through life; her parents are divorced, the kids at school make fun of her, her only refuge is an antique store and a dollhouse with dolls that are “the perfect family.” When she discovers a way to change places with one of the dolls who looks strikingly like her, she finds the family and life she always dreamed of, and her doll twin discovers an exciting life as Rowan on the outside. But the grass is rarely greener.
(Family film with VFX elements)
SACRED THURSDAY...SCANDALOUS ADVENTURES OF THE SNOW WHITE LADIES BRIDGE CLUB
A group of life-long friends rally together when one of them has her world rocked by a shocking scandal.
(Comedy/Drama)

"MERRY CHRISTMAS, STAN LUCAS"
Santa gets called for jury duty right before Christmas and without revealing his identity, has to convince his fellow jurors not to send an innocent woman to prison in time to deliver presents.  (After all, if ANYone knows who’s naughty or nice…)

(Family film)

"THICKER THAN WATER"
Reminiscent of “A Big Chill” with the dark humor of “Six Feet Under,” Thicker than Water” finds a reunion of five alienated siblings, who, desperate to avoid facing dad’s pending death, must do something they usually successfully dodge: deal with each other.

(Dark Comedy)

"THREE TIMES A LADY"
When an elderly woman secretly starts a dating service for people over fifty to not only do something worthwhile, but also possibly meet her own perfect someone, she has no idea how her little business venture will be misinterpreted by her friends, her children and her fellow church members.
(Family film)