Primarily I write science fiction. This genre is especially close to my heart. For over five years I worked for NASA at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory as a documentary film producer and editor, covering Mars Exploration (It's funny how many times I've been asked if I am a rocket scientist). Getting an up close, behind-the-scenes look at planetary exploration gave me great inspiration for my debut novel, The Scout.
The iconic science-fiction writer, Ray Bradbury, was a personal source of encouragement to me. Having directed an award-winning short film based on the story, "Kaleidoscope," from his book, The Illustrated Man, I had the opportunity to spend time with Ray before he passed away. His passion for writing and space exploration fueled me to the finish line on my debut novel, The Scout.
My latest book, Phoenix Lights, is set in the Apocalypse Weird book series and available now. Additionally I've completed a short story for the anthology Tales of Tinfoil (available now). I'm penning a short story for the upcoming Cyborg Chronicles (part of the Future Chronicles Book Series). On top of all that I've got a superhero novella that will take flight sometime in 2015: The Greatest Adventures of Mighty Woman Book 1: Resurrection. In its simplest pitch form, it's a mashup of Galaxy Quest and Supergirl. Lots of action! Lots of fun!
When I'm not writing, I'm editing commercial television content with a major marketing agency in Phoenix and producing some nifty CGI book trailers also!