Y.A.W.Y.E. – Kickstarter

The kids’ show I wrote for, “You Are What You Eat” is raising money via Kickstarter to fund its first season. This show does a great job of mixing humor and lessons, nutrition and playing with your food, music and visuals. If we teach our youth how to eat well now, they’ll live better later. Any little bit helps. Produced by Switch Studios. See the sizzle reel after the jump. THANKS!  


You Are What You Eat

I was brought on as head writer to help the fantastic Matt “Loki” Danciger create material for his new children’s show, “You Are What You Eat.” See the show’s sizzle reel after the jump.   You Are What You Eat – SIZZLE! from Matt Danciger on Vimeo.


Pictures From “Fast Times” Screening at Hammer Museum

The short I wrote and produced, “Olive and Mocha: Fast Times at Sugar High” had the honor of having it’s world premier at the Hammer Museum as part of the Flux Screening Series. Click the link below to see the Hammer’s pictures of all the film makers, our crew and the event space. What an awesome night! Flikr Stream of Hammer Event


New Pics from Kimberly Akimbo

This winter I played Patty in the production of Kimberly Akimbo by the Schoolhouse Theater. Enjoy these photos taken on preview night. There were lots others I’m not posting here, but I wasn’t in any of them… so why bother. Am I right people?! Is this thing on? Patty talks into her tape recorder as an “oral history for the baby.” Kim tries to feed her mom but mom’s wrapped up in her own jokes. I’m always sitting in this play and someone’s always mad. ha! “You wanna name the baby?” The family is playing Trouble without Patty at 3 in the morning. Buddy turns on his present for the baby. I want this light effect for my dinner parties. Debra has no idea how to play this game. The family plays D and D with Jeff as Dungeon Master. “Hell no! That manticore has wings and claws and the body of a lion!” Jeff gets riled when the game goes out of control. Momma fell off a loading dock. Those god damned cabbages. Buddy in his chef hat and I in my robe. Patty has a baby on stage.