Most recent playwright credits include the Off-Bway world-premiere of the critically-acclaimed HANDBOOK FOR AN AMERICAN REVOLUTIONARY (Tony Speciale, dir) at the GYM at Judson; EAGER TO LOSE, A BURLESQUE FARCE IN RHYMING VERSE, extended Off-Bway at Ars Nova/nominated for Off Broadway Alliance Award (Wes Grantom/Portia Krieger, dirs); and the upcoming premiere SEX OF THE BABY (Michelle Bossy, dir). Also upcoming: the film THE PASSING SEASON, co-written and directed by Gabe Long. Recent readings/workshops include THE DOPPELGÄNGER at The New Group (Moritz Von Stuelpnagel, dir); KEVIN LAMB at the Vineyard (Michael Berresse, dir.); and A NEIGHBOR IN THE AREA with Lee Sunday Evans.
He has received residencies/fellowships with Williamstown, The Orchard Project, Ars Nova, and SPACE on Ryder Farm; workshops/development with The New Group, The Vineyard, MCC, Primary Stages, Woodshed Collective, The Lark, Studio 42, Nuyorican, Ohio Theatre, Tisch/NYU Grad, Ars Nova, and the GYM at Judson, among others. He is the recipient of a Puffin Grant, a finalist for HUMANITAS New Voices, Lark's Jerome New York Fellowship, thrice Finalist for Juilliard's Lila Acheson Fellowship, a Finalist for the O'Neill, SoHo Rep, and twice a Semifinalist for the Princess Grace. He is a member of Ars Nova's 2014/2015 Play Group.
Most recent TV credits include the pilot WHIPPED, featuring Emmy-winner Carrie Preston, with Locomotive Film. He has also written for Nickelodeon/Nicktoons and WWE (yeah, TV wrestling). His short film ROGER, THE CHICKEN won Best Screenplay at Houston Comedy Festival and was a selection at film festivals around the U.S. and Canada, including the Friars Club Comedy Film Festival. The subsequent web series has been dubbed "One of the most quotable shows on the web" by Kurt Van Ristell. His comedy has been featured Huffington Post, Atom.com (RIP), and in venues all over the city. His socio-political satire HAPPY SUNSHINE KUNG FU FLOWER was sponsored by The Onion and featured guests ranging from Amy Goodman, Paul Rieckhoff, and Mo Rocca to Lizz Winstead, Willie Geist, and Rachel Maddow, who called the show "shocking, engaging, funny, and totally original."
He also volunteers for homeless shelters and Habitat for Humanity.