I’m a Toronto-based screenwriter, video artist, and culture critic. My scripts for television and film play in genre, grounded sci-fi, and “what would happen if THAT happened” fantasies. I love the IP space and develop all kinds of stories that can be told within someone else’s sandbox.

I write, podcast, and make videos about the film industry, TV, and classic cinema. In 2020, when we were all stuck indoors, I used some of my extra time to publish a book of essays about George Miller’s 2015 film, Mad Max: Fury Road. My interest there was in how this tale of trauma survival was told — thematically, visually, and practically — as a human story, in the centre of a fireball tornado.

Action figures on my desk right now include: Omega from The Bad Batch; Eleven from Stranger Things; and all three of The Marvels. Ask me about anything nerdy, and I bet you I’ll have something to say.

Ready to chat? I drink coffee and whiskey, not usually together. Reach me here.