Works in television and film production in Los Angeles writing and producing for the likes of 20th Century Fox, Universal and Sony Pictures on projects including Joss Whedon's Serenity, James Cameron's Ghosts of the Abyss and ABC's television series Lost.
I’ve been meaning to send this email for ages. Your program is amazing and has completely changed the way I'm able to write. I’ve used Scrivener over the past year to script a number of documentary and narrative projects, and have been blown away by how easy Scrivener makes it to organize my thoughts. Documentary scripts are, by their very nature, a clutter of disorganized and disparate ideas that are a challenge to wrestle into any sort of cohesive shape under the best of circumstances. Having the ability to easily organize my interview transcripts in the research folder, then being able to drag and drop soundbites into the draft of my script, has quickly become the only way I’m able to work.
For my narrative projects, Scrivener solves my most basic and frequent problem: It allows me to dive in and just start writing, without needing to read and re-read what I’ve written before. Write now, organize later... what a simple and incredible idea.
Thanks so much for all of your hard work on Scrivener. The downside is that I’ve run dry on some of my best excuses to procrastinate, but in the very best sense, it’s just been a real eye-opener to use a tool that is so well suited to the way a writer thinks and works.