I'm a native New Yorker who grew up in a home with three generations of family. I had close relationships with both my grandparents and great-grandparents, being exposed to an invaluable amount of local culture. It has helped me become a passionate actor, writer, director, and historian.
I'm a graduate of Xavier High School in Manhattan, Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, and have spent over a decade working for media companies such as Condé Nast, and Hearst.
I produce/host Breaking Walls, the docu-podcast on the history of American network radio broadcasting (https://www.thewallbreakers.com/breaking-walls). I write/direct/post-produce/act in scripted audio fiction productions, like the 2022 official Tribeca audio selection Burning Gotham (http://burninggotham.com), the Frank Sinatra biopic musical And Then I Sing (https://www.andthenising.com), and the western adventure series Frontier Gentleman (https://www.frontiergentleman.com/). I'm also an actor in an audio theatre troupe in NYC called The Fireside Mystery Theatre (https://www.firesidemysterytheatre.com).
I'm a longtime S.P.E.R.D.V.A.C member (http://sperdvac.com), A member of The Salmagundi Club (https://salmagundi.org/) a mentor with The Podcast Academy (https://www.thepodcastacademy.com), and a New York City sightseeing/tour guide. My tours focus on 1830s New York City.
Tours & Services Offered
A history of 1830s New York City
How wireless telegraphy became radio broadcasting (virtual)