Partnered with Dick Clark Productions to Executive Produce “The Clio Awards” for best advertising from around the world. Approached the Big Four Broadcast networks about a multi-year, multi-million dollar annual awards show.
Literary Client, Paul Brown, co-wrote “Camp Rock” for The Disney Channel, launching the careers of the Jonas Brothers and Demi Lovato, and earning millions for Disney through video sales, merch, live shows and a sequel.
Produced the first Christmas movie (2002) for The Hallmark Channel, Santa Jr., starring Lauren Holly, and Judd Nelson. Also aired on ABC Family in 2009. Sold and developed three additional screenplays for Hallmark with Literary Client Marc Hershon, two of which were produced: Wedding Daze with John Laroquette and Kelly Overton, and Monster Makers with Linda Blair and Adam Baldwin.
Optioned “The R101” a true story about the ill-fated airship (1930), to Hearst Entertainment, progressing into development with Executive Producer Judd Parkin.
As Head of Marketing from 2018-2021, produced an array of videos to share the stories of the 205-acre forested campus, originally founded and run by USC after WWII as a way to bring artists together from all over the globe to collaborate and promote future peace and understanding.
Partnered with producer Terence Chang and director John Woo, and Shannon Lee of the Bruce Lee Foundation, to develop and produce City of Nine Dragons, about Bruce Lee’s years as a teenager in Hong Kong in the 1950s.
Co-produced family comedy “Dog Gone” aka “Diamond Dog Caper” with Literary Client Mark Stouffer, starring French Stewart and Luke Benward. The film premiered at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival in 2008, and was distributed by Screen Media via their deal with Universal.
Optioned screenplay, Endurance, to the studio as a made-for-TV movie, overseen by studio President Barbara Fisher. Endurance told the true story of Sir Ernest Shackleton’s attempted crossing of Antarctica in 1915. His ship was trapped in the ice and crushed, and in a harrowing journey that took over a year, he led his men hundreds of miles across ice and open water – in a lifeboat -- to safety, not losing one crewman’s life in the process.
Sr. Director of Marketing at Universal Home Entertainment overseeing classic film releases from the Universal library as well as the Paramount library pre-1962. Notable limited-edition releases include the Preston Sturges Collection, the restoration of Alfred Hitchcock's Vertigo, and anniversary editions of To Kill A Mockingbird, and The Blues Brothers.
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