I was born in Scranton, Pennsylvania to two Southerners: one from Virginia and one from Perú. I spent high school drumming in bands and my senior year I played the Vans Warped Tour. I went to Oberlin College, where everyone gets passionate about something and for me it was comedy. I worked for two summers at the Howard Stern Show learning "the biz." I moved to Chicago to make videos and write. I got a job with a local production company as a production coordinator who writes and edits. Some of my writing then got nominated for some Midwest Emmys. One of those Emmys was for a Latino educational entertainment non-profit who cast me in their international radio novella and then their traveling theater show. They hired me at their office as their writer/creative producer and that's where I am now!
Along the way, my clients have included the US Department of Health and Human Services, CareerBuilder, Ragú, Quilted Northern, GNC, Paste Magazine, and La-Z-Boy. I was also voted "Most Artistic" by my eighth grade class, but I understand if you don't trust their opinion.