Darren E. McInerney began his career in journalism, working for CNN in Washington DC. After covering the Monica Lewinsky scandal, a presidential impeachment, and the conflict in Kosovo he decided to move back to the West Coast for a break. While there he received his MFA from the USC School of Cinematic Arts, worked as a screenwriter for film legend Roger Corman, and developed feature film projects in the U.S. and internationally. Since his move to Brooklyn, he has continued his fourteen year involvement with the Bronx-based not-for-profit, The Ghetto Film School, teaching screenwriting to high school-aged New Yorkers. In 2016, he was also one of fifty filmmakers from around the world chosen to study with director Werner Herzog. Darren continues to make films for audiences and commercial content for clients.