Award-winning writer. Storytelling and marketing thought-leader. Creative Director for top, global brands. MFA, Columbia; BA, University of Texas. Always interested in interesting assignments.
IN 1938, Daphne du Maurier’s melodramatic novel, Rebecca, became an international bestseller, and Hollywood producer David O. Selznick acquired the film rights for $50,000. Also in 1938, Alfred Hitchcock, then a noted director of British-made suspense movies, signed a contract with Selznick and was soon named to direct the screen adaptation of the novel. Thus began the making of Rebecca (1940)