TV Writing Student
Sarah Lawrence College
Creative and intelligent college student with a passion for learning and storytelling. Strong background and abilities in research. Looking for an internship in the spring (in New York) or summer (can relocate).
Sarah Lawrence College, Bronxville, NY
Recipient of merit scholarship. Currently studying screenwriting for television, and producing.
New York University
Spent spring semester of Junior Year at NYU. Studied law and television writing for half-hour comedies.
Columbia University School of the Arts
Participated in the six-week Television Writing Intensive at Columbia University. Earned academic credit (6).
As a student at Sarah Lawrence College in Bronxville, New York, my studies (which are concentrated in the field of television writing) have included television writing courses (both intermediate and advanced) as well as a producing class. In addition to my studies at Sarah Lawrence, I have also studied television writing at Columbia University (summer of 2019) and will study at New York University (spring of 2020).
My scripts are typically half-hour comedies, and my pilots focus on the dynamics of women and their families.
Script Coverage Report (2019)
Coursework from Producing for Filmmakers, Screenwriters, and Directors
Schitt's Creek Spec Script (2019)
Coursework from the Television Writing Intensive at Columbia University
Original Pilot (2018)
Coursework from "Writing for Television: Advanced Projects" with Marygrace O'Shea
Original Pilot (2018)
Coursework from the second semester of "Writing for Television: From Spec Script to Original TV Pilot" with Marygrace O'Shea
Bob's Burger's Spec Script (2017)
Coursework from the first semester of "Writing for Television: From Spec Script to Original TV Pilot" with Marygrace O'Shea
St. Louis Jewish Light Intern (2018)
Compiled database of 500 potential advertisers and customers. Reformated print articles for digital publication.
Progressive Spring Writer (2017)
Within 48 hours of my first story being published, Maxine Clark, the founder of Build-A-Bear, had already found and shared my piece on her Facebook page.