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About Me

Writer, director, and actor with an itchy creative brain and an entrepreneurial mindset.

I'm a maker at heart who's constantly driven to create, whether collaborating with a crew or flying solo as a one-woman show. I've written and directed award-winning viral videos for Comedy Central, and my self-produced parody series "Not Your Average PSAs" has trended on Reddit and been featured twice by Vulture, where they described the last episode—a "commentary on the shitshow that has become the NYC mayoral race"— as "layered, smart, and deserving of every one of its eight minutes."

When I'm not developing ideas for brands you'll find me digging into an indie project—and if I'm not behind the camera, I'm in front of it. My creative approach includes lots of curiosity and a healthy avoidance of my comfort zone, and as a collaborator, I believe authenticity, connection, and gratitude are essential to every project's success.

With a body of work spanning from commercials to passion projects, I’m well-versed in both full-scale and nimble production workflows—and I've worn many hats. As an in-house Swiss Army knife at Comedy Central, I wrote, produced, directed, DP'd, and edited the commercial parody series "That’s An App?”, including an episode that went on to be the brand’s #1 piece of original content across Facebook & IGTV (2020) and won the "IGTV Audience Honor" at the Shorty Awards. I also helped pioneer “Under the Influencer”, and produced for the multi-award-winning "Mini-Mocks", a series with 500M+ views.

I live in Brooklyn, New York, where I enjoy long walks in the Greenwood Cemetery, telling jokes to my plants, and sharing the couch with my cat. I find writing bios to be as intimidating as signing group birthday cards.


Photo by Rachel Chambers

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