I'm originally from Washington, DC. I received my B.A. in Theatre from Vanderbilt University and then attended Circle in the Square Theatre School's two-year program. I currently live in Los Angeles.
I primarily write half-hour comedies, and a script of mine won the Storytellers Initiative award at a festival called Seriesfest. I'm currently developing projects with a couple of different production companies and co-writing a new interactive series. I've also written an episode for a DreamWorks show that airs on Netflix.
I've written in other mediums, too, including fifteen romance novels (published under a pseudonym) that have sold several hundred thousand copies and are Amazon bestsellers. I've also had three plays for high school students published and write scripts for a podcast network called Parcast.
As a performer, I studied at the Upright Citizens Brigade in New York, where I completed Advanced Improv Training and became a house performer, acting in three running shows.
I'm represented by Brad Rosenfeld at Culture Creative and Eric Feig Entertainment & Media Law.