Fiction, Plays, Poetry
MARYSHELLEYSHOW | 2014-2016
Premiered at Undiscovered Countries 2014, in residency at Denmark Arts Center summer 2016, in performance at Chicago Fringe Festival September 2016. Co-created with Grace Smith
Half Lives | 2015-2016
Partial staged reading at Undiscovered Countries, full staged reading at Follow this Home as part of Bushwick Open Studios. Currently being adapted into a graphic novel illustrated by Shakhed Hadaya and James Brooks Robionson, with accompanying album by Gandor Chorale
Untitled Camille Claudel Project | 2013
One Act, cowritten with Kaela Mei-Shing Garvin. Produced at Undiscovered Countries festival
One Act, reading at Playwrights Horizons Theater School, workshopped at Undiscovered Countries, 2012
Could You Find Me? The Life and Death (and Death) of Antonin Artaud (and Friends) | 2012
One Act, produced at Black Box Theater at Tisch
Beyond Belief, Episode 1 | 2010
First episode of a serial co-written with Zack Marotta.
Half Lives | October 2016
250 page Graphic Novel illustrated by James Brooks Robinson and Shakhed Hadaya, with accompanying album by Gandor Chorale.
Beasts in Our World | 2015
Picture book written to illustrations by Shakhed Hadaya.
New York Myths | 2009 – 2016
The X Line – Illustrated by Shakhed Hadaya,
Why the Beach is Eroding
The Astor Place Cube
Broome Street – poetry
Sunset Above Canal and Lafayette – poetry
Love Letters to Waitresses and Other Small Saints of the City | 2008 – 2016
Troutfilm | 2012 – Present Day
Founding member, co-producer, co-writer performer and director in residency for production company of comedic short films, including Hire Me, Spielberg (featured at Hell Yes Film Fest, New Orleans 2014), Futureproof, and acclaimed webseries Stuff You Should Have Learned in Sex Ed.
Undiscovered Countries | 2012 – Present Day
Founding member, co-artistic director, co-producer of bimonthly new and developing work series, with accompanying producing and publishing divisions.
Freelance Costume Designer | 2007 – Present Day
Freelance Dramaturg/Art Enabler | 2011 – Present Day