He's With Me
CREATOR/WRITER/EXECUTIVE PRODUCER/LEAD ACTOR
“He’s With Me”, tells the story of the unlikely friendship between gay theatre critic Martin and straight ad man Ted. Debuting in 2013, I'm proud to say that my award-winning show continues to gain viewership of its two seasons and twenty-one episodes. “He’s With Me” is currently offered on YouTube, OutTV and Dekkoo and is for sale on Amazon.
I created "Cady Did" with and for Tony Award-winner Cady Huffman. Spoofing her image as a Broadway Star, "Cady Huffman" slinks back to her hometown after a disastrous audition goes viral. I wrote the ten-episode first season of "Cady Did", which is streaming now.
A Conversational Place
Directed by Bob Giraldi, “A Conversational Place” stars Emmy winner Marilyn Sokol as a narcissistic voice over coach who makes a startling discovery about her student. The film is an official selection of the Miami Short Film Festival, Atlanta Shortsfest, FilmColumbia, Santa Barbara OUTrageous Film Festival and DAMN! Film Series. "A Conversational Place" is a Gold winner of the Spotlight Film Awards and has received an Award of Merit, Best Actress (Marilyn Sokol) and Best Screenplay (Jason Cicci) by the One-Reeler Short Film Competition and DAMN Film Festival.
Another collaboration with Bob Giraldi and produced in conjunction with School of Visual Arts, "Superfriends" tells the story of two former best friends who reconnect ,after years of estrangement, at a Super Hero-themed wedding. Starring two-time Tony Nominee Alison Fraser.
New Year's Eve @ Sunny's
The dramatic short "New Year's Eve @ Sunny's" tells the true story of a young man returning from the Vietnam War on the eve of 1973. On the brink of suicide, he is saved by a connection with a young woman he meets that New Year's Eve night. Directed by Bob Giraldi. Produced in conjunction with The School of Visual Arts, Patti Greaney and Anelisa Garfunkel. Official selection of the Woodstock Film Festival.
A woman working as a corrections officer has no mercy when it comes to torture and pain. Pushing herself to the limit, she plays a psychological game that brings her close to the edge of what she can handle. Debuting in May 2018 at the SVA Theatre, New York City.