My screenplay consultation services…
February 25, 2012 § 1 Comment
Did you just complete your latest draft and need professional and affordable consultation services? The only real competition should be with yourself to become a better screenwriter, but if you have any doubts about your screenplay, now is the perfect time to receive professional consultation in the form of script analysis or edits to push your project closer to that final release draft.
I’m a working screenwriter/script doctor/lecturer with over fifteen years of experience surviving in the trenches of Hollywood. I’ve been blessed to work with award-winning producers, directors and actors, Hollywood veterans, and my eleven writing assignments have garnered me six produced films, television premieres, worldwide recognition at major film festivals, global distribution, and five projects in development.
I offer professional feedback on your feature or TV script to help push it to the next level. What I don’t offer are promises to know what the studios are buying today (nobody truly knows). My consultation services and blog have been featured on Script Magazine (picked my blog My Blank Page as Website of the Week), Script Tips, The Story Department Daily, The Arc, The Writers Journal Daily, Film and Media, The Scriptwriting Daily, and Screen Right. If your script needs help, my real-world experience and insights can bring your project to the next level. The only mantra to follow is: “Write from a place of honesty and truth and always do your best work—every time out.”
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I’m also teaching a one-day comprehensive workshop in Los Angeles called, “You’ve just finished your screenplay—now what?” where you’ll learn how to navigate the choppy waters of Hollywood and the necessary work to do before, during, and after your first draft. New dates and guests just added. Seating is limited. New dates coming up in late September.
“The professional conducts his/her business in the real world. Adversity, injustice, bad hops and rotten calls, even good breaks and lucky bounces all compromise the ground which the campaign must be waged. The field is level, the professional understands, only in heaven.”—Steven Pressfield, The War of Art
“Talent is cheaper than table salt. What separates the talented individual from the successful one is a lot of hard work.” —Stephen King.
“The professional respects his craft. He does not consider himself superior to it. He recognizes the contributions of those who have gone before him. He apprentices himself to them.” —Steven Pressfield, The War of Art