Twice Emmy-nominated writer, producer, and development exec.
A while ago I got it in my head to write some short stories. They're quick reads, whimsical and off the top of my head. Great for killing time while you're in line at the DMV.
Back in 2011, I self-published my first novel, "Lost and Found." It debuted to rave reviews from my mother.
So, I write music too. Early in my career, I worked with some amazing vocalists on adult contemporary stuff, though recently, I've started writing some more EDM-styled instrumentals. Enjoy the contrast.
This is a small sampling of my work.
Born in Washington, DC, I lived in Arlington with my amazing parents until I was 18, at which point I left to attend college at Washington University in St. Louis. There I majored in both film studies and music composition, and two days after graduation, I headed further west to Los Angeles.
In LA I spent the next eight years working in film and television and making some of the best friends in the world. In 2013, I decided I needed a little break from it all, so I moved even further west to Seoul, South Korea. At this point people were probably wondering what beef I had with the eastward direction.
In Seoul, I ate amazing food, made wonderful friends, and taught English for six months before accepting an offer to move back to Washington, DC and work for Science Channel. I worked at Science for two years, then was hired as Director of Development for Blink Films' US office.
In September of 2017, I relocated back to Los Angeles and most recently worked as a producer/writer on History Channel's "The UnXplained With William Shatner" and was the VP of Development for Original Productions.