Our Team

FBC works with web designers, writers, editors, accountants and other professional business people to perfect your project.

 Hudson Obayuwana, WGA – CEO


Hudson Obayuwana is a screenwriter and a Los Angeles native. He has lived in St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands and Washington D.C., where he attended college. Hudson is a member of the Writers Guild of America (WGA), and he has a Bachelor’s from Howard University in film production and a minor in theater. He also has experience as an actor, stagehand and film crew member. As with all screenwriters with completed film works, he has taken meetings at major Hollywood studios with directors, producers and studio executives concerning behind the scenes writing gigs and to pitch new script ideas.

In his very capable hands, Hudson can help provide you with specific notes, editing and guidance on improving your script to be more competitive in terms of its presentation.  Each fee is negotiated separately based on our client’s individual needs.

Hudson is part of a writing team called Murder, Ink.  He and his partners have worked on episodic web comedy sketches and full-length feature films. In addition to his personal screenplays, he and his team produced a Netflix film titled “#Reality High” in September 2017, which is still streaming. The stellar cast includes actors with extensive TV and film credits. They also wrote the script for “The Perfect Match” (Lionsgate, 2016 starring Paula Patton and Terrence Jenkins), and have collaborated on several screenplays.


      Davida Siwisa James, Writer and Editor

Davida has an English degree from UCLA and attended the Penn State Dickinson School of Law in Carlisle, Pennsylvania. During law school, she was a clerk for the Office of Chief Counsel: Pennsylvania Department of Education where she analyzed transcripts of hearings [dealing with criminal and civil matters] and wrote the final decisions for administrative judges.

She also worked for the director of UCLA Undergraduate Admissions. Her many duties included reading and evaluating undergraduate admissions applications, writing special letters to donors and parents, and counseling students whose admission status was under question. Davida holds a California CBEST certificate (mandatory to teach in the Los Angeles Unified School District- LAUSD), taught High School English in L.A.  

Her long business career includes 18 years in arts management where she handled million-dollar budgets, a stint as a university public relations director for two campuses, magazine editor, and a law firm administrator. Davida is also the founder of Wordsmith Productions, a nonprofit in the Mojave High Desert that produces the annual High Desert Book Festival.

As a writer, Davida has several publications available on her personal website at Davida Siwisa James author page

  JACLEEN JANZER, Writer and Editor

Jacleen is what we like to call “an editor’s editor.” Her personal love of books, combined with a prestigious educational pedigree, allows her to catch the errors and inconsistencies that even some of our best editors miss. While Jacleen is a native of the California Mojave High Desert, Europe has claimed her heart for the past few years and she has resided in England and Ireland. She recently received her second master’s degree in International Contemporary Literatures and Media at National University of Ireland, Galway. Jacleen has a B.A. in Journalism from California State University, Northridge and an M.A. in Publishing from Anglia Ruskin University in Cambridge, UK.

Among her many writing/editing credits, Jacleen was the associate editor on a 32-page book festival newspaper supplement for the 2016 High Desert Book Festival.