Author; Lost, Found: An Ongoing Look at the Meaning of a Landmark Television Series

Launched this blog at Potluck, covering the television series Lost episode by episode from a systems perspective.
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Founder, Editor; Potluck Creative Arts’ YouTube Channel

Founded this YouTube channel to present original content via Potluck, Potluck Creative Arts and other sites.
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Relaunched, adding services including composition, lyric-writing, musical arrangements and production, as well as writing and directing for motion pictures and theatre.

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Potluck Creative Arts, Red Hook, NY

  • Promoting my activities as a musician, songwriter, composer, lyricist, arranger, music producer, pianist/keyboardist, music/arts/creativity educator/facilitator and writer/director for motion pictures and theatre.
  • Services offered include Songwriting Workshops; Singalong Workshops; Custom Songs; Custom Instrumentals; Custom Writing; Creativity Coaching; Music Lessons; Piano/Keyboard Performance; Musical Arrangements and Production; Directing for Motion Pictures and Theatre.
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Co-Screenwriter; Citizen Arcane, a.k.a. The Lion’s Share

  • Based on the true story of the man who plotted to assassinate Richard Nixon, written nearly a decade before the Sean Penn film on the same subject.
  • Represented by Susan Smith & Associates, Beverly Hills, CA, 1996-1998.

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Screenwriter, Director, Producer, Cinematographer, Editor, Sound, Composer; Gratuitous Violence

  • A spoof of Hollywood spy movies.
  • Created for Introduction to Filmmaking class, Department of Theatre Arts, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY.
  • Premiere screening in the Willard Strait Theatre, Willard Strait Hall, May 10, 1992.
  • 17 minutes, b/w, 16mm.

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Cornell University
Department of Theatre, Film and Dance

Screenwriter, Bait and Switch

  • A dysfunctional couple is made moreso when a television ratings company lures them into what is later revealed to be an Orwellian conspiracy.
  • Winner, Cornell Department of Theatre Arts Screenwriting Competition, June 1991.
  • Produced by the Film Program of the Department of Theatre Arts, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, during a Summer 1991 course in video production.
  • 29 minutes, color, S-VHS.

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Cornell University
Department of Theatre, Film and Dance