After working for WNEW Radio, International Creative Management, Time-Life Films, HBO, and as an independent theater agent in New York, I moved to Los Angeles and worked for several small film companies, coproducing several low budget films before deciding to stretch creatively and find my own voice as a writer.
I have since written over 35 short stories, several of which have been published, and one of which, Sophie, was a runner up in Narrative Magazine’s spring fiction issue. A selection of my fiction, Flicks, was performed at the New Federal Bar in North Hollywood, California as part of their “New Short Fiction Series.”
My play On The Job was produced in Los Angeles, and my play Trouble Dolls/The Limo Driver was produced and featured as part of the Los Angeles Theater Festival.
I also wrote the screenplay based on my award-winning short story Protection, which was optioned and shot as a SAG short film.
I have written three children’s stories, The Maia Stories.
I recently completed my latest novel Buddha Wolf, a sequel to the previously published Poetic Justice.