Chelsea Terris Scott understands that "words make worlds" (Dominique Christina) and is fascinated by interconnectedness and the spark of the Divine in all things. Her first play, Like We Wasn't People, was based on the children and teenagers she met while working as a foster care social worker in New York City and Long Island in the early 2000s. This work has been produced on NYC stages and has attracted the attention of Hollywood, with a feature film pending. Monologues from Like We Wasn’t People and her second produced script, Lucky Duck, can be found on The Monologue Database. She is currently at work on several short stories.
Chelsea freelances elegant, branded content for a wide variety of clients, ghostwrites for the leading autobiography service, Story Terrace, and regularly contributes to Maine Woman Magazine. Her work recently appeared in Maine the Way Quarterly.
A true INFJ, Chelsea loves one-on-one discussions, Americanos, and the sea. She lives in Portland with her husband and their two beautiful daughters. Feel free to contact her with essay, ghostwriting, journalism, and web content opportunities.