Me? I thought you'd never ask.
I'm a New York City-based freelance writer who has written across most media for two decades+. Print, on-air, consumer, trade, online, out-of-home, experiential. Headlines, taglines, titles, treatments, concepts, scripts. (And greeting cards!) For networks, newspapers, magazines, movies, start-ups, agencies. Most recently, I worked with NBCUniversal's Content Innovation Agency, on the rebranding of TV Land and CNN, and for several Comedy Central properties. I'm a member of New York Women in Film and TV, co-executive producer of the GLAAD Media Award-nominated Sundance docu-series Girls Who Like Boys Who Like Boys, co-author of A Mother Loss Workbook, as well as co-writer and co-star of Cat Eisenberg, Dog Eisenberg, an original Web series commissioned by LOGO.
I was a writer/producer in Comedy Central's On-air Creative Department before the "credit squeeze," wrote dozens of scripts promoting HBO's multichannel expansion mania, and have continued working with the onslaught of OD and HDOD and SVOD and OTT. Indeed, I've been around before we started losing ltrs in words, and EBAA (Everything Became an Acronym).
When I'm not writing or ideating for clients, I'm hard at work on my personal projects. Like? Like my memoir (which I’m finishing this summer!), an excerpt from which was published in the New York Times and can be found under Journalism herein; a high-concept gay-mom-rom-com feature; an animated feature; and a handful of others I’d love to tell you about.