Hailing from the Philadelphia area, Chuck grew a love interest with art and storytelling at a young age. This eventually led him to pursue a degree in film, which he obtained when he graduated from Temple University in 2014.
Keeping close with his artistic endeavors while working day jobs, Chuck held a short stint as a writer of film news and reviews, something he was familiar with in college by co-hosting a radio show titled, Reel Talk. To further feed the flame, he continued to take various forms of freelance on set work, even filming local township meetings. Eventually his passions took him across country to his current residence of Los Angeles where he works in the entertainment industry.
Chuck describes his work as a cocktail of Tex Avery and Hunter S. Thompson, with just a dash of Tarantino. Tales of misery in worlds full of hope and humor. Pages populated with loonies mixing with rejects and the downcast doomed.
With Chuck constantly hard at work weaving tales, his writing has taken such forms as poetry, novellas, and screenplays. The spark to the dark places of Chuck’s imagination has come from such cultures and art forms as: film, comic books, hip hop, skateboarding, animation (more specifically Japanese anime), and of course the city of Philadelphia. But he also attributes the ever-stretching range of influences to come from the vast variety of characters he has surrounded himself with over the years.
Expect more to come, somewhere down the line.