Yes, he goes by all three of his names which seems a little extravagant. Justin began his career in the entertainment industry representing writers and directors including Stuart Beattie, writer and creator of the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise and Kathryn Bigelow, the first female director to win an Academy Award. What he didn’t realize is that when you’re surrounded by talent, that doesn’t necessarily mean you have talent, but he decided to pursue his own screenwriting career anyway. Lucky for him, his very first feature, Killing Winston Jones, a dark-comedy about killing yourself in order to leave a legacy, was produced and starred Richard Dreyfuss, Danny Glover and Jon Heder. He obviously peaked, and people began to think he was a much more accomplished writer than he actually was, which led to a full-time assistant professor position at Loyola Marymount, a top 10 screenwriting school mind you, and countless lectures at conferences and universities around the world.