I am a writer-journalist, commercial producer, and SAG-AFTRA voice actor.

I was born and raised in New York City, and presently call Brooklyn my home.


Contributor (Dec. 2015-Present) | Forbes SportsMoney

Sports | The New York Times, Sports Illustrated, VICE, SNY.tv, Bleacher Report, Yahoo! Sports, SB Nation, Bloomberg Sports, Gawker, Digg

Other | McSweeney's Internet Tendency, The Onion, Splitsider, The Huffington Post

commercial PRODUCtion

Senior Producer (Oct. 2016-Present) | Digitas LBi

Freelance (May 2013-Present) | Digitas LBi, VICE, Ogilvy & Mather, R/GA, Johannes Leonardo, Karlen Williams Graybill, The Working Assembly

Staff (March 2010-May 2013) | Ogilvy & Mather

Brands | adidas Originals, Coca-Cola, CVS, Comcast Business, IBM, NASCAR, San Pellegrino, American Express, DuPont, Siemens, TD Ameritrade, Black Rock, Time Warner Cable, Holiday Inn Express, Airborne, Ameriprise Financial, Samsung, Airborne, Volvo, DirecTV, Nissan

New Business Pitches Won | Comcast Business (Ogilvy & Mather), Coca-Cola (Ogilvy & Mather)

voice acting

SAG-AFTRA (Jan. 2016-Present)

Brands | IBM, American Express, Lysol, Comcast Business, Siemens, BlackRock, UPS, Tiffany & Co., Miami Heat, IKEA, Citizens Bank, Kotex, Depend, E*TRADE


University of Wisconsin-Madison | BA 2009, History

AdHouse Advertising School | New York, NY
Concepting Creatively (Feb.-April 2011)
Introduction to Creative Process (Sept.-Dec. 2010)

Ethical Culture Fieldston School | Class of 2005


Broke the alleged "witch-hunt conspiracy" against former-Mets' reliever Jenrry Mejia for The New York Times. Mejia became the first player to receive a life-time ban for illegal substances. The story was the lead feature in the sports section (in print), and was then reported on by every national publication. 

Conducted a filmed, sit-down interview with MLB Hall of Famer, Cal Ripken Jr.

Voiced Comcast Business’ Built for Business 2014 National TV & Radio campaign.