about

I'm 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. I'm emotionally available.


WRITING

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

Associate Director, Executive 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

Expertise | TV, Digital, Internet, Social, Social Influencer, Experiential, Animation, New Business

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


education

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


ACHIEVEMENTS

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.