Sean Wathen is a screenwriter from Louisville, Kentucky who moved to Los Angeles in 2006 to pursue a writing career. While working in production offices such as “House, MD,” “24,” & MTV Studios, Sean pursued his love of writing. Previously named on the ‘Young & Hungry List – Top 100 Writers on the Verge,’ Sean recently optioned his screenplay “The Field” to Dune Entertainment & Stormchaser Films, his screenplay “Timegate” was optioned by Minds Eye Entertainment, and his script “Iron Dragon” was optioned by Fotocomics. Sean has also been hired to adapt graphic novels for State & Cabrillo Productions, Inc. as well as Solipsist Films. In addition, Sean was asked to write a treatment for a graphic novel adaptation for GG Filmz, wrote another treatment for Virgin Produced, and was hired to adapt a producer’s idea into a screenplay called “Atomic Baby” for Director Mauro Borrelli.
Skye Wathen has been working in production for both television and film since 2006. Her credits include “Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation,” “The Revenant,” “Moneyball,” “What to Expect When You’re Expecting,” “12 Deadly Days” for Youtube Red, “The New Edition Story” for BET, and “Taskmaster” for Comedy Central. She is now Vice President of Production at Live Nation Productions. Born and raised in Los Angeles, Skye’s love of all thing Hollywood began at a very young age. She enjoys all things nerdy and crafty and is the proud fur-mom to Bruce, a shar pei mix puppy.
Originally from a small mountain town, Nicole is a born and raised Southern California girl. She moved to Los Angeles in 2002 to attend UCLA. Upon graduating with a degree in English in 2004, Nicole began her production career and has worked in a variety of formats from awards shows, television, and feature films. Her credits include “Ironman,” “I Love You, Man,” “The Hangover,” “Burlesque,” and “Moneyball.” She has since left the film industry to pursue other career endeavors but has retained her lifelong love of film. Nicole is also an avid reader, Disney fan, and human-pet to the sweetest Cavalier King Charles Spaniel that ever lived named Daphne.
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