I’m a professional writer and performer. I wrote TV commercials that appeared on national television and sketch comedy that premiered in the basement of a New York City bar. Improv comedy entered my life when I was a theatre student at Lehigh University, but things got serious over 20 years ago when I saw A.S.S.S.S.C.A.T. at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theater (UCB) for the first time. Today, I have completed improv training at both the UCB and Magnet Theater and can be seen performing multiple nights a week at the jams held at The People’s Improv Theater (The PIT). I’m also an experienced improv and sketch comedy teacher/coach who has taught many aspiring comedic performers. In addition to my comedy work, I studied acting at The Atlantic Acting School and film directing at The School of Visual Arts.
Outside of my creative work, I’m a passionate Philadelphia sports fan. My life’s goal is to get to every major league baseball stadium (I’m up to 13). Lacrosse is my favorite sport and I can be found in Central Park having a toss with my friend when the weather is right. The pandemic introduced me to two additional hobbies: cooking and HiFi stereo equipment. Cooking and exploring new recipes is always a joy. I’m also an advocate for investing in great audio equipment to enjoy music. It doesn’t have to be expensive and you won’t understand HiFi until you hear it for yourself. What else? Oh, I love dogs and typewriters too (separately, but a dog using a typewriter would be hilarious).
Ultimately, I’m a collaborator. Working with others and sharing ideas about creative projects is one of my favorite things to do. Whether it’s acting, advertising, directing, writing, or something else—I believe all creative work is a conversation and I’m open to contributing in the best way possible to serve the project.