BiographyFarmland, Indiana, USA
Born and raised in the small town of Farmland, Indiana, Evan is the youngest child of parents Ed and Nancy Law. His love of film began at a very early age when his father began taking him to such genre movies as "Big Trouble in Little China" and "Conan the Barbarian." After receiving their first camcorder for Christmas, Evan and his brother Chad set out to shoot over 75 homemade movies while growing up. Later, inspired by the works of fantasy authors such as J.R.R. Tolkien and Robert E. Howard, Evan began to dabble in writing at age 13. Read more... lay in authoring novels, especially those in the fantasy genre, but later expanded to writing screenplays. The first of these was "Daylight's End," his brother Chad now his writing partner. "Daylight's End" was not only his first attempt at collaborative writing or writing screenplays, it was also his first attempt at a horror story. It was later submitted to Ben Affleck and Matt Damon's "Project Greenlight" contest (the same one that resulted in the horror film "Feast"), where it placed high but was ultimately not chosen. The near success, however, put him and his brother Chad on a path of full-time screen-writing. One of their following screenplays, a crime drama entitled "Hero Wanted," resulted in their first feature film in 2008. Evan continues to write fantasy novels when he can find the time, sometimes under the pen name E.R. Law, but co-writing screenplays is his top priority. He continues to reside in Indiana, never too far away from his hometown of Farmland.