Creative Work (Classroom)

Game Design Document: The Fairy Godmother-In-Training Box (April 26, 2017), My independent study: an interactive box that brings Fairy Godmothers-in-Training to learn how to help create “happily ever afters.”

GDD Screenplay: Prince Minisode Intro (April 26, 2017), The intro story for The Fairy Godmother-in-Training Box

GDD Screenplay: Prince Minisode Band Practice (April 26, 2017), A mini story for The Fairy Godmother-in-Training Box.

Screenplay (short): Little Red Apples (May 5, 2016), A short off of Project White, Little Red Apples is a Little Red Riding Hood-inspired story of what happens after the Louvre’s art is taken from the museum.

Screenplay (television): The Little Moira-maid (Apr. 6, 2016), An episode from Out of the Bottle, Moira has a lot on her plate between swimming competitions, class, and now her long-lost mother has shown up with some information that might just change Moira’s life forever. While Jake tries to help Moira, Emily and Javed are at each other’s necks and Javed might need to confess something he should have told the group long ago…

Screenplay (minisode): Dungeons and Deceivers (Spring 2016), An Out of the Bottle minisode, like something that would be found online on the television series website, about Javed, Jake, and a game of Dungeons and Dragons.

Screenplay Treatment (television): OUT OF THE BOTTLE (Spring 2016)

Screenplay (silent): Pax (Mar. 27, 2016), A story about friendship between a Vietnam vet and his new dog.

Drama (short): Slippery Slope (Mar. 3, 2016), One girl’s–and one generation’s–fear of post-grad life.

Prose (short): The Ballet Shoes (Jan. 25, 2016), A pair of shoes and the impact they can have.

Prose (short): The Storm (Jan. 25, 2016), How the future is unknown and ever-changing.

Drama (exercise and scene): The Glass Menagerie exercise (Jan. 19, 2016), This composed of each student taking a scene from The Glass Menagerie by Tennessee Williams and doing a three-part exercise. The first part (pg. 1-3) is taking the scene and writing it down word for word and in its format. The second part (pg. 4-5) was to re-word the entire scene. And the third part (pg. 6-7) was the recreate the entire scene into the student’s work. This exercise not only allowed for us to work on the drama format, but also showed a different way of how a person can learn from another writer. (Williams, Tennessee. The Glass Menagerie. 1944, Scene III.)

Screenplay (long): Project White (page 1-51) (Nov. 19, 2015), Project White is a Snow White-inspired story that takes place during World War II. In 1940 Paris, the Nazis roll into their newly occupied territory and the Jaujard family is trying to ship the Louvre’s art–including one possibly dangerous piece–out of the Nazi’s cluthches. Fast forward 20 years later, that potentially nefarious piece of art has resurfaced and an old enemy of the Jaujard family wants it to start a new world war.

Screenplay Treatment: Project White (Fall 2015)



Media Management: Walt Disney Company and Pixar Media Management paper (March 21, 2016)

History: Happily Ever After: 17th Century Women and Marriage Reflected in Charles Perrault’s Fairy Tales Paper and Bibliography  (Jan. 28, 2014; Mar. 24, 2014)

Happily Ever After: Cinderella in Film Information and Screenplay (Apr. 7, 2014)