In 1963, three spies from rival nations race across Southeast Asia to recover intelligence that could prevent the Vietnam War, partnering and double-crossing each other to survive the Viet Cong in the remotest jungles on earth.
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I graduated from the USC School of Cinematic Arts in 2012 with degrees in Film Production and Screenwriting, and completed the UCLA Professional Program in Screenwriting in 2015.
My work has ranked in the top seven percent of entries in the Academy Nicholl Fellowships, placed in the semifinals of the Cinestory Screenwriting Contest, and been nominated for UCLA's Nate Wilson Joie De Vivre Award in Screenwriting.
I tell stories that the winners of history
never wanted you to learn: of idealists
born too early and villains whose
rapes, murders, and coups
changed the world for the worse.
My stories celebrate freedom, justice,
equality, and the people who fight for
them in the face of death — the kind of
romantic heroes of old who've become
an endangered species among today's
cynical pop culture icons.