More About Me
After bouncing around a bit (4 years in Japan, 6 years in Boston, an MFA in Fiction from Emerson College), I moved back to my childhood home of Los Angeles. It's the perfect place to meditate on some of my favorite topics, like apocalypse, urban decay, utopia, and dystopia.
I write short stories, teleplays, and feature scripts in the wee hours of the morning before heading to my job as an interactive art director at an advertising agency. It's a career that gives me fascinating insight into our online lives and the forces that shape it. I'm currently working on a rock opera screenplay and a novel set in an abandoned suburb.
I'm a pretty avid photographer, too. My photo blog, Narrow Streets: Los Angeles, has been well-received and led to speaking engagements, an art show, and publication in an architectural journal. I also run two other photo blogs entitled Microlawns and If I Had The Time Each Day I Would.
I live near UCLA with my wife, a jewelry maker and data architect.