I used to be selfish and unconcerned with the plight of the unfortunate; that was back when I was a floppy-fingered liberal trying to "fight the power."
I started out in life as a hippie radio announcer in Richmond VA. When radio became boring I worked for a number of years as a print model before branching into acting and writing. I’ve appeared in dozens of TV commercials and indie films as well as TV series such as The Wire, America’s Most Wanted, FBI Files and New Detectives. In recent years, my focus has been on writing and producing. My feature length screenplay, "Martin Fogg", was a finalist in the 2013 Richmond International Film Festival competition and garnered an honorable mention in the 2014 Tennessee Screenwriting Competition. "Martin Fogg" has been rewritten as an episodic series and in 2015 I produced a proof of concept pilot episode. This year I’ve concentrated on writing essays. When not writing or producing I like to hide in my dirty apartment, drink lots of bourbon and binge-watch (responsibly) re-runs of Law and Order.