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Award-winning and highly creative producer and screen writer offering distinguished career in bringing diverse multi-media projects from concept to reality. Expert in personnel and project management with a passion for turning the best ideas into shows and movies that entertain and inspire. Engaging bilingual communicator with fluencies in Spanish and English.
Professional Value Offered
Possess more than 20 year career in the areas of media production, product development, talent coordination, casting, and writing / editing of scripts, proposals, and other program documentation. Drove production processing for leading cable company mini-series by casting performers, scouting locations, analyzing/editing scripts, selecting wardrobe, timing segments, and preparing edit notes. Solid history of keeping projects on track and within budgets by maintaining and communicating clear tasks lists, issues and time tracking, and meeting notes. Forged creative and collaborative relationships with wide array of creative talent, including actors, directors, designers, technical crews, and others, ensuring creative concepts evolve into real concepts. Fluent in core values of all creative concepts, including quality assurance. Successfully controlled and approved multi-million-dollar budgets during all phases of production. Served as effective liaison between studio and network executives, boards, and production teams during all phases of projects.
Producer “Out of Order” – Showtime Network mini-series “Skeletons in the Closet” – video “The Taming of the Small” – short Film and TV Writing “The Italian Job” – screenplay and video game “Out of Order” – screenplay “Valentine” – screenplay “Deep Blue Sea” – screenplay “Skeletons in the Closet” – screenplay “The Taming of the Small” – screenplay “Against the Law” – 1 episode TV series “Mancaso, FBI” – 5 episodes of TV series “The Equalizer” – 3 episodes of TV series “Cagney and Lacey” – 2 episodes of TV series
Bachelor of Arts University of Southern California Film School