Sit Down Entertainment was born out of my love of movies. My absolute passion is writing screenplays and watching the characters’ personal arc develop as their journey unfolds. I want to create that emotional connection with the audience through the evolution of the characters. I want to engage the audience and make them feel as if they are living the happiness or struggles just like the characters.
I created the life scenes page to give ordinary readers an opportunity to provide a glimpse of their somewhat ordinary and sometimes extraordinary life moments. Everybody has at least one great life scene whether you’re a screenwriter or not. Through the life scenes page, I take the comedic life moment and write it as a scene in a movie.
I wanted to share with you the Glimpse movie trailer based on one of my screenplays. I have to thank the wonderful and talented Don Summers at S2 Design Lab who brought my vision to life.
2005 ESPN Reality Show Winner
ESPN Reality Show – I’d Do Anything (Ultimate sports dream competition)
Below are the insane stunts that I competed in order to have my best friend Marsha win her ultimate sports dream to skate with Olympic Gold Medalist, Sarah Hughes.
- Play hockey against professional women’s hockey team. (Yeah, that was fun. I just loved getting the wind knocked out of me time and time again.)
- Try to gain as many yards as possible on a football field before trained attack dogs pummel me to the ground. (The muzzle almost came off one the dogs, and I was pretty sure he was going to remove one of my
- Bowl in my underwear inside a packed bowling alley. (My worst nightmare actually came true.)
- Do a NASCAR-like pit stop on a tiny platform raised 50 feet in the air. The race car drops to the ground with a large explosion as I dangle high in the sky. (It would have been awesome if I weren’t deathly afraid of heights.)
I was nationally ranked as a junior player. My national rank in doubles at that time was #24. I was recruited to play #1 in singles and doubles at Coastal Carolina University. No need to ask the year of commencement. Not important.
“I think I might have told Daniel Nestor to go sit down..not sure.. He did get me back with a sick drop shot.”
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