Just like every other Los Angeles resident, Mallory writes screenplays, TV pilots and even occasionally TV specs. She writes diverse dramas about female characters of color reconciling life after trauma.
Beverly Hernandez survives a death-defying car wreck — but that was the easy part. Dealing with everyone else’s judgment and her own PTSD triggers in the aftermath is much harder than it looks, especially as she uncovers her best friend’s betrayal.
- Script Pipeline Contest — Quarterfinalist, Feature Screenplay
- Academy Nicholl Fellowship — Top 15%
BRIDGE & TUNNEL
Under an oppressive university regime, three very different NYC college students team up to get revenge on their rapist: the university president’s charismatic son. Sweet/Vicious meets Gossip Girl.
- Final Draft Big Break Contest — Quarterfinalist, Drama Feature Screenplay
NYC digital journalist Monica Lee gets laid off and takes a job at an old-school newspaper in Raleigh, North Carolina, where college sports might be bigger than Jesus, rivalries never die, and nothing about a basketball star’s sexual assault allegations are what they seem.
- Final Draft Big Break Contest — Semifinalist, One-Hour Pilot
- Created as Mallory’s USC School Of Cinematic Arts MFA thesis in TV drama
Welcome to a popular TV streaming service’s call center, where the customers are perpetually on hold and so are the dreams of its employees. Gina Cruz thinks she’s finally found a way out — until she receives a life-changing surprise.
- LA Scripted Comedy Festival, Written Pilot Selection
- WGA Ladies Of Laughter Contest, Pilot Selection