In addition to acting, singing, and producing, Kylie is also a screenwriter and editorial writer, with numerous bylines across multiple genres.


Television / Digital: out of luck

Logline: Two best friends - a queer woman child star and a WOC at a start-up - facing the gig economy and millennial life crises, decide the only way out is failing upward. A single-camera comedy in the vein of Broad City and Difficult People, Out of Luck also has a digital component with a prequel webseries and instagram/snapchat transmedia integration and is packaged as a starring vehicle for Kylie as well.

AWARDS: Austin Film Festival Second Round selection, 2019.


Digital Series: #RulesofSpringBreak

Logline: Two groups of best friends are on Spring Break in Los Angeles, and in a chance meeting at a club, one of the girls loses her phone. In an interactive scavenger hunt inviting the audience to help, the girls try to track down their new friends using Snapchat posts and clues left behind.

#rulesofspringbreak was commissioned and produced by Astronauts Wanted and exclusively aired on Snapchat in March of 2016.


Feature Screenplay: Mission Hills

Logline: A former child star, coming off a year of recovery from a suicide attempt and a stay in a psychiatric ward, goes home for the first time in five years to attend a funeral and confront the demons in her past. The LGBTQ+ Feminist "Garden State."

AWARDS: Austin Film Festival Second Round selection, 2015; Nominee, Top Unproduced Screenplay: Nice International Film Festival and Madrid Film Festival, both 2016; Scriptd.com Staff Pick of the Month, December 2015.

Mission Hills is currently available for option, previously optioned by Pollen Pictures, and is packaged for Kylie to star in as well.

Editorial Work:

Kylie’s editorial work covers topics such as sexuality, gender, fashion, baseball, healthcare, and other personal essays. Selected Works include:

Expanded Roster: Max Muncy, the 2018 Dodgers Cinderella Story; Queering Baseball

INTO: Too Queer for Straight Spaces, Too Straight for Queer Spaces: The Ballad of Bisexual Dating

Racked (now The Goods by Vox): I’m Not The Same Person I Play On TV

Femsplain: The Invisible Doomsday Clock ; Lights, Camera, Bisexual

Ask Me About My Uterus: Dr. Strangelove, or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love My IUD (And The ACA)

Kylie also has bylines in Ms. In The Biz, LifeIvy, TheVideoInk, and Wonderly.

Kylie was named in the top 10% of writers on Medium for 2016. Their Medium page is here.


in development:

Netflix and Kill (feature): Logline: After her best friend is sexuality assaulted, Charlie seeks revenge by assembling a vigilante gang of women and enby folx that begins to spin out of control and creates the new world order on how survivors of assault receive justice.

All Around (reality travel/music show): A documentary series in the vein of Gaycation and Fuse Music Programing where Kylie and Friends explore music festivals and cultural events, and the impact they have not only in the pop culture landscape, but how they are in the world.