Ashlin Halfnight is an award-winning writer for stage, film, and TV. Recent credits include the Emmy-winning Netflix show, Bloodline, and The Resting Place, which was nominated for the 2018 Bay Area Critics Award for Best New Play.  Feature films: Astraea, Survival Box, and Diving Normal.  Plays: The Resting Place, Artifacts of Consequence, A Hard Wall at High Speed, and God’s Waiting Room.  Called a “gifted playwright,” by the New York Times, Ashlin is a Fulbright Scholar, former professional hockey player drafted by the NHL’s Carolina Hurricanes, and is a 2017 Sloan Grant recipient with The Apothetae theater company. He holds a BA in English from Harvard, an MFA in Playwriting from Columbia, and he currently lives in Brooklyn with his family, where he’s in development on a new show for FX.  He enjoys whiskey, new socks, and the film Footloose.