A passion project of mine finally comes to life: my radio play A New Cassette is finished, and now available for streaming.
I am once again leading ghost tours around New York’s historic Greenwich Village as Professor Mortimer, the antiquarian anthropology professor with a strange, unplaceable accent, for Haunted Manhattan.
I’ve once again picked up the trumpet for EndTimes Productions—this time, for the brand new Ded Sullivan Show.
I’ve once again narrated a short horror story for the killer horror podcast Pseudopod: Lavie Tidhar’s “Watchers.”
I directed a short play in Amios’s monthly SHOTZ series last week (something I do whenever I can, because it’s always a blast), and the fantastic photographer J. D. Hall Continue →
I’ve recently been voicing some audiobooks, so if you’ve ever wanted me to read to you, now’s your chance. Available now: four short homemaking/lifestyle books for J. D. Rockefeller, including Continue →
I’ll be acting opposite Agatha Nowicki in the premiere presentation of Mary Ryan’s Fault Lines, part of Manhattan Repertory Theatre‘s New Play Development Series.
I’ve been leading ghost tours through Greenwich Village as Professor Mortimer, with the company Haunted Manhattan. A recent guest took this shot.
I directed a fun little Halloween-themed radio horror piece for the good folks at DTC Radio—check out Howlin’ at the End Zone, written by Tyler Grimes and starring my friend Continue →
I’m the voice for an episode of my favorite horror-fiction podcast, Pseudopod.