Ian Gregory Trutt
is a biracial Puerto Rican screenwriter, director, and professionally produced playwright originally from Atlanta, GA. He specializes in dark comedies and social commentary brought to life with sharp dialogue.
Trutt holds an MFA in screenwriting from UGA under the mentorship of Christine Swanson (Chicago PD, All About Us) and Holly Sorensen (Step Up: High Water, Make It Or Break It). His first cinematic project, Cam Girl, is slated for production later this year.
Before that, Trutt focused primarily on playwriting, having directed his own adaptation of Neil Gaiman's novel Stardust while at Emory University, where he would graduate with honors. He later assistant directed on the Berkshire Theater Festival's "The Mystery of Irma Vep" and directed a revue at the Colonial Theater in Pittsfield, MA. In 2015, he was a Young Playwrights Festival resident at the Horizon Theatre.
As Managing Director of Natural Eclipse Productions, his premieres included: