Founding Director of D’Arc Productions, an award winning playwright, screenwriter and director
(Writer, Film Critic, Director, Producer) – Founding Director of D’Arc Productions (www.darcproductions.net), award winning playwright, screenwriter and director. His latest award winning short film, “Road Kill,” has been screened internationally in over two dozen film festivals. His short “Dance of the Quantum Cats” won international awards and was selected by CINE to represent USA at the 12th International Film Festival of Peace, Hiroshima, JAPAN. It was broadcast on PBS/CPTV in a series on emerging directors. His award winning screenplays include “Charade of a Fly,” “The Commune,” “Bruises,” and “Woman Unburied.” In documentary he has co-produced over a dozen segments for broadcast TV, including multiple segments on American Indian reservations, broadcast on The New Morning Show (the Hallmark Channel). Eco Action is an environmental news magazine “Ahalani: Living In Harmony With The Sun.” His award winning plays include “The List,” “Green Fire” and “Split.” He has also written the original rock musical “Skins of the Money Drum” and the Richard Rogers notation award for his opera “Blue Mass” with composer Robert Elha performed at the Yale University Theatre and Sprague Hall. He earned his MFA on a fellowship at Yale School of Drama and is currently a tenured professor of film at City College of New York. He is co-founder and President of the Plaza Cinema and Media Arts Center, written over a hundred critical film reviews for the Long Island Advance, and is a Film Commissioner for Suffolk County.