Award-winning writer of the multiple award-winning, independent feature, Unremembered, Greg has been writing and producing films since he was 11 years old, having premiered his first 3-minute film extravaganza (from an 8mm reel) in his living room.
Greg’s diverse background includes growing up on a farm in Oregon, and becoming the first member of his family to graduate from college, where he earned a degree in Asian history. He went on to earn a Master’s degree in writing and teach college courses in writing and technology for over 15 years.
He’s also an adaptable writer and has written and collaborated on screenplays in modern drama, historical fiction, fantasy, and procedural drama.
“I’m careful to honor the genre I write in. Particularly with sci fi writing, I don’t want to get caught off-guard by fans who expect more accuracy and continuity than in most fictional genres. I get it; I’m also a sci fi fan so I expect the same. This is why details, research and careful planning are of utmost importance to me.”
Greg works well in writing teams and is able to lead and follow as necessary and share ideas and build on ideas as appropriate. His respectful and successful experience with collaboration has been demonstrated in both creative teams as well as academic teams for several years. His experience in academia culminated in his earning lead positions over dozens of college faculty colleagues.
Greg lives in Hollywood, California with his frequent writing partner and a cream-colored cat who’s name is Peens, which sounds odd, but the long story of her name is wholesome and makes sense. Ask if you’re curious and she’ll tell you all about it.