My burgeoning screenwriting career started in the early 1990’s outside of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. I was a precocious seven year old, religiously watching Are You Afraid of the Dark? on Nickelodeon and rewriting episodes my way to make them better.
Years later I built a career editing feature films and commercials in New York City and Los Angeles. Recently, I wrote/directed/edited the award-winning genre short film, Grief. A successful festival run of the film ended with my feature script, Wild Hunt, acquiring an option and development deal with Intrepid Pictures (The Haunting of Hill House, Midnight Mass, Dr. Sleep, Strangers), where I worked closely with leading executives in the genre.
I’ve got a Bachelor’s Degree in Journalism from The University of Tennessee Knoxville and many years of experience telling suspenseful, and unique stories with a voice that stands out on the page, through my direction, and in the edit.
Recently I’ve found myself in Berlin, where I will manifest my Bowie years.
Brock writes and develops screenplays in English.