I'm a writer, director and computer programmer who The New York Times once called "nicely anonymous" and Bustle.com says should be "thoroughly hosed down and deloused." I combine filmmaking with software development to create weird platform-defying things. Before scarily leaving my TV career in 2014, I served as the Editorial Director of MTV2, where I oversaw the reinvention of the channel and helped break ratings records.
Since then I've worked with clients like Comedy Central, Amazon, Nike, Brita, the National Hockey League, Refinery29, NASCAR, Bravo, TBS and IFC. I've collaborated with celebrities like Key & Peele, Channing Tatum, Selena Gomez, Nick Cannon, Justin Bieber, Charlamagne Tha God and Mark Wahlberg.
My short film and internet prank Chillr won a Vimeo Staff Pick and was showcased on the Black List. I programmed Brocator 2.0, a web app that journalists have called both the reason "why the internet was invented" and a reason to "beg for nuclear war."
I also wrote humor books. I'm the author of Guy Code: Unleash Your Manhood and I wrote jokes for Girl Code: A Single Girl's Guide to Sex and Dating, both published by MTV Books. Unleash Your Manhood was blurbed by Josh Lieb, showrunner of The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.
I'm a McSweeney's contributor.