I am a highly creative yet refreshingly organized writer, producer and content creator, specializing in funny ideas and songs which are oftentimes for kids but not always for kids.
During my 25-year, bi-coastal career writing short-form comedic material for networks including Nickelodeon, Comedy Central and Cartoon Network, I also wrote and performed comedy at the ImprovOlympic in Hollywood and played guitar in loud rock bands. That’s why I say, “What?” a lot. Among my career high points was my role as a judge at an Elvis impersonator contest. But getting my show ideas produced has been pretty fab, too.
I am also a serial entrepreneur in and around the music business, and have worked as a home organizer. Both of those should qualify me for an advanced degree in psychology, however my actual degree is a BFA in Creative Writing from Emerson College.
I live in New York, and please don’t ever ask me to leave it again.
Honors: Daytime Emmy Award Nominee, “Cash Cab” (Discovery Network); Parent’s Choice Award, “The FurryTones” (Pinna).
Member: Children’s Media Association, ASCAP