How has your time breaking story with Will affected your understanding of writing for TV?

Working with Will has been eye opening to understanding the process of breaking story. My preconceptions weren’t as detailed. It’s been more technical in terms of how to organize the story. I don’t think I could have learned it from the internet! I also have a more expanded understanding of who’s in the industry now and how to approach them.  Will’s access to experts and industry has been great.

Speaking the internet, how would you compare the real room to a virtual room?

I don’t think you can be as spontaneous in a virtual room as you can in person. Our in person time was easier that way, but both styles of rooms can work.

Do you have any advice for future PSP applicants?

The mentorship and experience will leave you so much more prepared to apply for work in a room. The bond you develop with other writers becomes an incredible and valuable one. Don’t worry about whether or not you’re ready! You can’t know how your script will be received by the evaluators. Also, pitching is a skill, just like writing. It’s something to work on.