Creative Writing


Published on Medium



After surviving a death-defying car wreck, twentysomething Beverly Hernandez starts to see the cracks in her so-called perfect life—including her best friend’s betrayal.

  • Quarterfinalist — Script Pipeline Screenplay Contest


During a solo COVID-era Christmas Eve, newspaper editor Carolyn wonders how her life would be different if she acted differently during her past relationships. Thanks to a magical bottle of wine and her cat, she journeys to the past to find out—and the odyssey reveals an unexpected romantic prospect.


Under an oppressive university regime, three very different NYC college students team up to get revenge on the man who raped them: the university president’s charismatic son.

  • Quarterfinalist — Final Draft Big Break Contest


After getting laid off, NYC digital journalist Monica Lee takes a job at an old-school newspaper in Raleigh, North Carolina. It’s where college sports might be bigger than Jesus, rivalries never die, and nothing is what it seems.

  • Written as my USC School of Cinematic Arts MFA Thesis in one-hour drama
  • Semifinalist, Diversity — Final Draft Big Break Contest
  • Semifinalist, 1-Hour Pilot — Final Draft Big Break Contest


Angela is so close to finally moving on from her tedious customer job at a quirky, start-up streaming company. But when an unexpected development throws her plans for a loop, Angela reconsiders her dreams—and propels her jealous best friend to get involved with the company’s seedy underbelly.

  • Selected for a live-reading performance at the LA Scripted Comedy Festival
  • Selected for the WGAw’s Ladies of Laughter Contest