I am a writer / producer based in Los Angeles, working primarily in Film and Television with Some Assembly Required Productions. I lead SAR’s TV & Film development pipeline which starts in a web-enabled improv game designed to create user-generated loglines. For years my obsession has been the nexus between storytelling and technology.
Previously, I did TV and technology development with a multimedia production company based in New York City. We were called itsasickness productions; I helped develop several TV projects which each featured fully-integrated online experiences working in tandem with the shows. One notable example was our obsession project starring Alan Cumming – a branded-content TV docuseries that gathered segment leads from the user-generated content at a Pinterest-like website which I also created. Here is more about that project:
The idea is crossmedia programming for TV / Film, internet, and book publishing.
My creative career began in New York City theatre. I wrote stageplays and devised numerous theatre projects in New York City, including with experimental multimedia-heavy companies such as Les Freres Corbusier (Dir. Alex Timbers). My work has appeared with the Tax Deductible Theatre, Looking Glass Theatre, P.S. 122, Prospect Theatre, Lincoln Center Theater / HERE Festival. I was a member of Dysfunctional Theatre Company, Point of You Productions, and Quest Theater Ensemble.
Outside of New York I also worked in regional theatre at Playhouse on the Square, and The Circuit Playhouse in Memphis, Tennessee as well as Regent’s Park and Little Angel Theatre in London.
In Los Angeles, I work as a screenwriter and development consultant with representation by Andrew Deane & Lars Theriot at Industry Entertainment.
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