The latest:

I am currently pursuing a Masters degree in Media Advocacy at NYU's Gallatin School.

My short script SPEED GRIEVING, directed by Jessica Daniels, starring Alysia Reiner and produced by Katie Rosin, is now a short film that premiered at The 2009 Hamptons International Film Festival!

Also played at the
Williamstown Film Festival in October 2009, at SWAN Day at Tribeca Cinemas in March 2010 and at the Hearts and Minds Film Festival in April 2010.

The feature documentary I associate produced, I WANT SO MUCH TO LIVE, about the development of the breast cancer drug Herceptin, is starting to make the festival rounds. It’s already played the Atlanta Underground Film Festival, Temecula Valley International Film Festival and the Boston Film Festival.

"TWO HANDS," a beautiful little film that I line-produced for the fantastic director Nathaniel Kahn about the incredible classical pianist Leon Fleisher was just nominated for Best Documentary at the 29th Annual News & Documentary Emmy Awards! Not to mention the nomination for Best Documentary Short at the 79th Annual Academy Awards! And it opened the Maryland Film Festival. Official film website here.

I was named one of Power Up!'s writing grantees for a series of short films called THE LAND, to be produced in Spring 2008.

I toured the LGBT Film Festival circuit for a long time with "THE D WORD." You can read about the journey on my tour blog. We played in over 40 film festivals in more than 15 countries in 2005/6.

TRANSIT KARMA was a quarter-finalist in the 9th Annual American Screenwriters Association International Screenplay Competition and a semi-finalist in the 2005 Nolita Film Festival!

I'm also producing the dramedy TO DO: with Jennifer J. Katz and Michele Wolff. The feature version of TO DO: was selected for the 2006 OutFest Screenwriters Lab! A short version of the script was also a finalist at AFI's Directing Workshop for Women 2006.