Jeffrey Madison is a former airline captain who transitioned into a successful columnist, screenwriter, and script doctor. His versatility includes scripting sports documentaries for Black Entertainment Television, penning articles for publications as diverse as British Vogue, Black Enterprise, and Flight Training magazines. He also wrote two, original, award-winning screenplays. Jeffrey has punched up over a dozen screenplays as a script doctor.
Jeffrey developed a passion for storytelling at an early age, watching best friend’s father mesmerize the neighborhood children with tales of his youth. Jeffrey moved west to Hollywood after winning an award from Harvard and inclusion in the Independent Feature Project Film Festival for his script and film short Tell Me Something Good. There he won a Disney Writing Fellowship for his screenplay, Little Boy Blues. That turned into writing gigs punching up several scripts for independent film producers. He even wrote a pilot and second episode for a cartoon series. Jeffrey optioned three screenplays and produced two film shorts.
When he’s not writing, Jeffrey is flying. He is a former airline captain and a rated helicopter pilot. When Jeffrey’s not writing or out flying, he’s doting on his wife, his muse. Jeffrey’s goal for every project he touches is to make it something that stands the test of time.