Wendy Grube is a graduate of Indiana University of Pennsylvania with a degree in Communications Media, focusing on photography, design and writing for broadcast. She has also studied scriptwriting at Pittsburgh Filmmakers. She has written feature length and short screenplays as well as stage plays and commercials. Her short script Lucky Day was a semi-finalist for the 2007 American Gem Short Screenplay Competition.
As a member of Women in Film and Media she has scripted PSA television commercials for Cribs for Kids, promoting awareness of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome, and for Crisis Center North, a non-profit resource center serving victims of domestic abuse. A long time member of Carnegie Screenwriters, she has written two of their 48 Hour Film Project entries; The Debt, a horror film and Isn’t It Romantic, a romantic comedy. She has also had her work featured at their seated readings series including shorts Lucky Day and Isn’t it Romantic, one act stage play Meatloaf and Porn, and feature length romantic comedy, Mary, Mary.
She hopes to raise funds to film her Steeltown entry, Always a Bridesmaid, with the goal of using the film to garner interest for a feature length script based on the story.