Chip Proser was a Director-Cameraman and Producer at WCVB-TV in Boston. He won multiple Emmys and other awards at the Peabody Award-winning ABC Affiliate, called "Arguably the Best TV Station in America" by the New York Times.
He was captured by zombies and forced to become a screenwriter in 1980 after selling his original feature screenplay "Interface" to Zoetrope Studios. Called "One of the Best Films Never Made" by American Film Magazine, the project resides at Paramount.
Proser did the Production page 1 rewrite on "Top Gun" that got it made; wrote "Iceman". created and wrote "Innerspace". He Created, Wrote, Produced and Directed "Sworn To Secrecy (Secrets Of War)", a documentary series for History Channel and Pearson Television. He has written projects for CBS, NBC, HBO, Warner Brothers Paramount, Columbia, Disney, ABC and wrote the interactive game "Top Gun - Fire At Will".
He Wrote, Directed and Produced "Gaia Selene - Saving the Earth by Colonizing the Moon", and "Space Power - A Convenient Truth" feature documentaries on the climate crisis, the energy crisis, and on mitigating the above by harvesting clean, renewable energy from Space and Lunar Solar Power and Helium3 powered Fusion.