I’m from North Carolina and live in New York. Since my first internship as a puppet handler on the set of Sesame Street it’s been one leap and bound after another - collaborating with many extraordinary people and accumulating the work featured on this site.

As a TV & Film producer I’ve worked with Oscar-winner Errol Morris on the documentary series Wormwood for Netflix, starring Peter Sarsgaard (Venice Film Festival, Telluride Film Festival), the documentary series It's Not Crazy, It's Sports for ESPN Films, The B Side: Elsa Dorfman's Portrait Photography (Telluride Film Festival, Toronto Film Festival, New York Film Festival), and Three Short Films About Peace (Telluride Film Festival, The New York Times Op-Docs). Other TV & Film credits include the MTV documentary series How's Your News?, Best Man Wins (Tribeca Film Festival), Rufus (also writer) (LA Shorts Fest), and The Park, a short film series for The New York Times (also co-writer).

In advertising I’ve produced Emmy-nominated and Cannes Lion-winning commercials and content with such directors as Spike Lee, Robert Rodriguez, Brett Morgen, Brian Beletic, The Malloys, and Errol Morris, for such clients as Nike, ESPN, Martini & Rossi, and Budweiser, through the agencies Wieden + Kennedy, Anomaly, and Momentum Worldwide.

I also produced Fischerspooner, an acclaimed pop music act and performance art spectacle, with live shows at venues including the Pompidou Centre, Paris; Royal Festival Hall, London; Miami Art Basel; Hammerstein Ballroom, New York; Deitch Projects, New York; and the Coachella Festival.

As a writer I’ve had humor published by The New Yorker, and been featured on The New Yorker Radio Hour. I’ve also been published by The New York Times, the New York Theater Review, and had a half dozen short plays produced in New York.

Here and there along the way I’ve also done voice overs – for  Rent, Jesus Christ Superstar, Love Janis, Violet, De La Guarda, The Lieutenant of Inishmore, ESPN Ultimate X, Nike, and the NBA playoffs for ESPN/ABC.

Thanks so much for stopping by. I hope you enjoy the work!

(Click here to email me)