H. Woods McLaughlin
H. Woods McLaughlin left a career in computer programming on the crest of the year 2000’s consulting boom. The following two years, he traveled with his wife around Europe in a VW camper van. They lived for two years in Transylvania, Romania, for his wife’s master thesis in photography. They documented disappearing peasant traditions. While she photographed McLaughlin began writing his first screenplays. In the autumn of 2003, he began the Masters in Screenwriting program at the School of Cinema and Television at USC. He completed his Masters in the spring of 2005. To distinguish himself from his forefathers and descendants who share the same name, Henry, he has taken the nom-de-plume of H. Woods McLaughlin. H. Woods McLaughlin was awarded a Screenwriting grant at USC in 2004 for Engines of War

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