I’m here for the gritty movies, the rebellious movies, those films that pack a punch far harder than their budgets would suggest.
As a spec script writer, I love to create pulpy thrillers, mostly with female leads, that feature strong themes, brutal action, witty dialogue, and twisting scenes that have characters vying for power or falling for one another.
As a producer and writer-for-hire, I’m production savvy, budget conscious, and market orientated, able to write in a variety of styles and genres with the ultimate goal to entertain viewers while turning profit for investors.
2012 was the year I started screenwriting from Staffordshire, England and it’s been a hell of a ride, from my early scripts being featured by Amazon Studios to recently penning the LA based features BREAK EVEN (starring Tasya Teles, James Callis, and Steve Guttenberg) and DOUBLE THREAT (starring Danielle C. Ryan, Matthew Lawrence, and Dawn Olivieri).
I’m all about the craft and all about the love. It doesn’t matter to me if it’s Tarantino or Twilight, I always look for the good in everything. I’m not here to take centre stage, I’m here to knuckle down and prove myself in the hope the teams I join go on to grow with our audience.
As a huge fan of American New Wave films of the 70’s and a child of the Independent Cinema Movement of the 90’s, my big dream is to make cult films that showcase strong female characters in the truest sense of the term – strong in character – with the rebellious tone and gritty aesthetic of those eras. This is something I’m in the process of doing through my production company Rebelle Rouser.
I’m also here to help change the industry too, in any way I can and for the better. In 2016, frustrated by the costs and cliques that screenwriters and filmmakers face when trying to share or source material, I started the free script hosting website Script Revolution which now boasts an average of over 250 scripts uploaded and over 4,000 downloaded every month. Together, we’re moving the needle and getting stronger every day.
That sound cool? If so, let’s talk – CJ