An award-winning director at the ripe old age of 20, Kendall has a diversified slate of short films, a feature in post-production and, and others in development. Her most recent short film, Bark Mitzvah, is currently in it's festival circuit. She was hired to produce and direct the film, working with Tony-Award-winning dog trainer extraordinaire, Bill Berloni, as well as 12 dogs and a cat. In fact, working with animals is her specialty. Animals and babies. She will only make a film if it contains some sort of animal and a few babies.
That was just a joke. Not sure how it read, but at least she tried. (And when I say "she" I mean "me" because, clearly, I'm writing this about myself in the third person, since that's what everyone does for their website bios).
Jeff is the manager of Winky's World. He goes to work at the same time every day, sells the same bowling lanes every day, and avoids the same people every day. Routine is Jeff's middle name, and he likes it that way.
When his boss’s ex-husband decides to sell the bowling alley, Jeff has to work with what he’s got: a high school stoner, a perverted janitor, a 90-year-old bowling champion, a sassy kitchen worker, and the occasional, drug-induced conversation with Pac-Man. After discovering the truth hidden within the walls of the bowling alley, it's up to Jeff to save the place he's come to call home.