I grew up in New Haven, Connecticut, home of my father’s employer, Yale University. When I was 18, I moved to New York City, home of my alma mater Columbia University. Two years ago I moved to Los Angeles, home of the Beverly Hills Institute of Plastic Surgery.
After graduating from Columbia with a BA in Music and a degree from its illustrious Creative Writing program, I spent my early twenties as a professional musician — touring, recording, writing music for TV — but gave it up to be a comedy writer here in Los Angeles. Now I spend my time reading, writing, playing guitar, and playing pickup basketball, and nothing makes me happier than working with students who share some of these same passions.