"To spark the imagination, your pen must become a brush."

~ H. P. Shreve


Drama / TV Series: 3 Seasons, 24 Episodes.
LOGLINE:Julia McCoy, unable to fit into Destiny’s repressive shoes, crafts a new pair fit for Army life yet cannot outrun the potent cocktail—‘Paper Tigers,’ modern vices, Japanese treachery, and spies—destined to shake her, and an era, to the core.
SUMMARY:Upon arrival, sugar-coated ‘good luck’ and high times is the only veil between Julia Perrine McCoy and the boiling cauldron of 1922 Oahu—now 45% Japanese and wrestling with Sugar Wars, the Labor Emergency*, and defense of the Pacific. Without family and confused and by her hosts [aunt and uncle], Julia moves from crisis of self—running from demons and hiding behind modern vices—to crisis of love’s past omissions. Meanwhile, the crisis of Pacific defense churns in the background as the Army-Navy board hides behind ‘Paper Tiger’ war plans. When Julia falls for career Army officer, Arthur L. Shreve, she unwittingly enters a life filled with more uncertainty, triggering her past as she battles for her husband’s attention. After Pearl Harbor, Arthur [now colonel] becomes a POW of the Japanese in the Fall of Bataan and Julia waits… wondering what will happen. Gripped in their own forms of 'hell,' the colonel and his wife remain unwilling to give up on each other, their love, or life itself. The Colonel’s Wife keeps the question alive: Who is the Real McCoy? And which colonel’s wife and their omission of action contributed to the tipping point of history itself?

*From 1920-24, the Labor Emergency in the Hawaiian Territories pits citizens, the Japanese, alien labor, the Army, the government, and Congress against each other—a bellwether for the real emergency to come at Pearl Harbor 20 years hence.  

AVAILABLE FOR REVIEW: Episode/Season Summaries/Character List and Pilot Episode.

This is the untold story of the heroes...

 Drama/Thriller Feature Film- 120 MIN


LOG LINE: When POWs’ lives become ‘unlivable’ in WWII, a noble colonel becomes ‘unkillable,’ outsmarting sadistic Japanese captors on a four-year mission to save thousands and get justice for American GIs.


SYNOPOSIS:  Once…there was a compassionate soldier in the Pacific War who survived disease, starvation, the Death March, three Japanese prison ships, a bullet, and more—while managing to feed starving POWS—by becoming a smuggler in the Underground operation known as "Home Fires." Colonel Arthur L. Shreve, Jr.’s four-year internment is an unforgettable tale of raw guts, American ingenuity, and bravery—an officer who went against regs and with his wits to snake in cash to buy food for his career-long band of brothers. This is the untold story of the heroes who pulled it off…and of one man who was tough as nails, and a wife who wished she was.  AVAILABLE FOR REVIEW: Summary, Character List and/or Full Movie Script. 

"He who wields the sharpest wit carves his name in history.”

~ H. P. Shreve

GENRE: TV Mini-series, 10 Episodes


LOGLINE: In an early Republic, Henry Shreve seizes a 'golden moment' with his bare hands -- when the West is virtually unreachable except by boat --  conquering every transportation obstacle in the way of national prosperity with his steam and snag boat innovations, changing the course of history.


SUMMARY: On the heels of John Adams, Henry Miller Shreve takes charge in a blossoming nation where settlers and traders move west in droves after the Louisiana Purchase and into a ‘new America.' Like Congress, young Henry believes “…that the free navigation of the river Mississippi is a clear and essential right of the United States.” Living in the time of the Lewis & Clark Expedition, the War of 1812, and Indian hostilities, he foresees the power of steam engines on the water and how they could catapult a country into phenomenal prosperity. With his adventurous nature and ingenuity, he takes keelboats and barges [of the pioneer days] into a new technological era in an amazing journey to make safer steam engines, bigger steamboats and the first Snag Boat—The Heliopolis, which clears the Red River raft and opens 1,200 miles of navigable Texas waters for the US Government. From gun-running for Andrew Jackson [ War of 1812], to breaking up the Fulton-Livingston Monopoly in 1817, Henry is a catalyst for the biggest transportation revolution of the 19th century—eventually conquering river navigation; opening commerce on the Mississippi and almost single-handedly doubling the foreign trade of the Republic in his 34-year-career on the waterways.

AVAILABLE FOR REVIEW: Summary, Season Arc, and Pilot Episode: 'Big Muddy.'