I'm a screenwriter and content presenter ("The Movie Review Show) on YouTube from Red Wing, a town about an hour south of the the Twin Cities area. Even though I majored in Accounting in college, and was in that and related industries for about twenty years, my true love has been writing. Initially it was novels and self-help books but screenwriting has taken center stage, so to speak, for the last decade.
"Stone's Throw from Hell", a sci-fi-horror story about what is, on the surface, an urban utopia called Parradice City, hides an ancient, sprawling government conspiracy that threatens the lives of a million secret slave-labor camp prisoners. It received top-notch coverage from www.screencoverage.com in 2011. A copy of the stellar coverage is available on www.whoframedbobbybabbitt.wordpress.com.
My other completed project, details available at the same site as the one just mentioned, is a modern-day film noir entitled "Who Framed Bobby Babbitt?" An ex con named Roger Wentworth, who is fresh out of prison after serving a ten-year sentence for a DWI he had while on the job as a homicide detective for the Minneapolis PD, forms P.I.S.S. -- Private Investigations & Security Service. His first client is an Elon Musk-like businessman, Bobby Babbitt, who's accused of murdering an ex-coworker at Amazon. Since Babbitt has already hired two other PI's, and with the murder victim having four ex-wives and no shortage of enemies, Wentworth can't waste a second trying to find out who framed Bobby Babbitt.
I work full-time at the St. James Hotel, a historic facility established in 1875 and is on the Historic Hotels of America registry. I also do a weekly show with co-host Stephen Craig entitled "The Movie Review Show" -- https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC64prJQVS4j6WrOIQhJhNwQ -- in which we review newly released movies and also feature two other segments, Stephen's Recommendations, and my Lee's Jokes of the Week, several jokes related to the movie under review.
Hobbies include reading, watching killer content such as "Rick and Morty", "Archer", and "Axe Cop" on a variety of streaming platforms; biking, bowling, golfing and pets (I have a Maine Coon named Shaggy II).