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  Brendon McCullin
 
Professional/Personal Overview
  Brendon McCullin is a comedy writer, screenwriter and playwright. His stage work includes the LA Weekly Critics' Pick Spin Cycles, which he also directed. In print his work has appeared in publications as diverse as Catholic Men’s Quarterly and Fit Pregnancy, amongst others, and online for the websites FanStop.com and 2Walls.com. Having left the bright lights of Los Angeles, he now lives in the South Bend area where he has covered high school sports for the Elkhart (Ind.) Truth.
Work Info
 
Expertise
Social Media 4 Years
Writer 8 Years
Specialty
Entertainment 10 Years
Sports & Recreation 8 Years
Humor 25 Years
Total Media Industry Experience
10 Years
Media Client List (# assignments last 2 yrs)
2Walls Webzine (11+), Elkhart Truth (11+)
Other Work History
Warner Bros. Studios, Catholic Men's Quarterly, personal blogger, Screenwriter, playwright
Computer Skills
Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, OS10, Windows XP
Technical Skills
Basic HTML
Equipment
Digital recorder, laptop, digital camera
Other
I live near the Notre Dame campus and have an association with the university. I am within easy distance of both Chicago and Detroit. I worked for Warner Bros. in Los Angeles and was a member of the Tuesday Night Writers Group for sitcom writers, and have written material for myself and other comedians.
Freelancer Availability
I freelance full-time. I live near South Bend, IN. I am willing to travel regionally. I have a driver's license. I have access to a car.
Work Samples
 
Writing Samples  
(2Walls)
A look at the top 25 albums of the last 25 years
(2Walls Webzine)
A look at the trend of women hosting parties to view and purchase sexual aides.