Hi, I'm Bettina Moss, and thanks for visiting. Please take your time to explore my passion projects contained in these pages.
The Dream Merchant's Daughter is a historical fantasy novel that unfolds in New York City and Europe, and time jumps between 1976 and 1916.
Finding Daylight is a documentary film that tells the story of two families as they journey through loss and recovery after the events of September 11th.
Click the 'My Work' and 'Milestones' top menu tabs to learn more.
As Managing Story Editor for HBO Films, and during time spent as a Fulbright Specialist researching Cross-Cultural Storytelling, I developed a keen understanding of strong narratives, both fictional and real. This led to how I define myself now – a creative whose goal is to illuminate our deepest human needs.
I live in Los Angeles but was born and raised in New York City, and often find myself developing stories that feature the 'city that never sleeps' as a pivotal character.
I'm also a big believer in self-reinvention. Upon graduating from Columbia University, I pursued a career in journalism and in the film and television industry. Another turn took me into academia and I joined National University in California where I created and ran an MFA program in screenwriting.
Now, as I'm again at the beginning of a new journey I invite you to venture along with me! Please feel free to reach out with comments or questions through the contact portal.