S C R E E N W R I T E R
The unofficially crowned "web series king" with GIANT IDEAS from the LITTLE STATE of Rhode Island:
Seth is the recipient of the 2016 "Shooting Star Special Achievement Award" by Imagine Magazine and WINNER of the 2015 LA Web Fest "Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series (LUNGS)." He received his MFA from the American Film Institute Conservatory's Screenwriting Program in 2020 and a BA in Film Studies & Theatre Performance from Rhode Island College (RIC).
His work explores "coming of age" LGBTQ protagonists struggling to discover their identity, confidence, empowerment, or forced to make tough life-altering decisions. He loves a good twist and writes scripts that always keep his audience hooked.
Raised by two nationally syndicated television critics, Seth knows a thing or two about what makes a pilot successful. With an expansive knowledge of film and television references, Seth loves writing family dramadies, thrillers, mystery, and magical realism scripts.
He started his career in the New England independent scene writing, directing, and producing eight different web series which released a total of 200+ web episodes.
Since February 2021, Seth has been working as a reporter for The Standard-Times, a USAToday regional affiliate in the SouthCoast area of Massachusetts. He writes entertainment, new business, things to do, LGBTQ+, travel and food features. Read his articles here.
When he isn't writing, he is getting caught up on the newest binge-worthy TV series or on Etsy impulsively buying things he doesn't need... or can afford. He also serves as a mentor to several film students, working closely with the Providence MET School and Barrington High School.
"He is extremely talented, thoughtful, hard-working, humble, collaborative, focused, practical, optimistic, loyal, enthusiastic, and, as you can see from his immense body of work---indefatigable."
RI Film & TV Office
Seth writes for the standard-times
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MY WEB SERIES WORLD
Here are a few of my favorite web series that I had the opportunity to create with the production company Angelwood Pictures.
(16 Episodes; 2016-2018)
(7 Episodes; 2020)
(13 Episodes; 2014)
(45 Episodes; 2013-2015)
(70 Episodes; 2013-2016)