It’s a pretty typical story these days. I graduated from college in 2006 with a bachelor’s degree in English (creative writing) and communications (film studies) and was sure the world would open itself up to me in a flurry of opportunity and excitement.
It did not, and in retrospect it was pretty silly for me to think it would.
So, I started working: as a desk clerk at a consulting firm, and then as a transcriptionist. I wrote about vitamins and health insurance. It was as exciting as it sounds.
It paid the bills. But it left me feeling exceedingly empty.
So I started writing again.
Since 2013, I’ve contributed articles about film, TV, music, theater and pop culture to sites like CheatSheet and ScreenRant. I’ve written essays on the cultural impact of some of my favorite movies and TV shows for BrightWall/DarkRoom.
And I’ve decided I’m ready to do more of that, on the regular. So this site will serve as a bit of a hub. I’ll share my work for other sites here, as well as some original projects.
Thanks for stopping by.