About Me

As Philly as it gets...without the accent; I'm a native and lover of Philadelphia, PA.  I grew up in the West Mt. Airy neighborhood of Northwest Philadelphia and currently reside in Glenside with my wife and pup. I attended Central High School (256!) and the University of Pennsylvania where I graduated with degrees in Theatre Arts and Communications.  I was in the Philadelphia Boys Choir and enjoyed acting on the stage for much of my youth.

I currently work full-time as a software support analyst for the Theatre Alliance of Greater Philadelphia, a non-profit organization that serves the region's rich theater community. I support a large software program called Tessitura, a patron management system that a consortium of local performing arts organizations uses for their ticketing, marketing, and fundraising efforts. I'm also a part-time voiceover artist with my own home studio for professional recording. These jobs combine my passions of theater and technology and I'm lucky to have the opportunity to interact with other arts lovers on a regular basis.

I deeply miss acting as it is, for me, the greatest creative and emotional outlet that exists. I hope to one day grace the stage again. In the meantime, I busy myself by going to the theater, dining out, watching cartoons and bad sci-fi, playing Nintendo and buying gadgets that I probably don't need.  I'm a big fan of craft beer, baseball (go Phillies!), puzzles, word games, ufology, hold'em poker, Google products, and all Tim Burton films. I enjoy following and fondling new technologies and generally spend a good deal of time on computers, if I'm not taking them apart. I've been described as a "punny geek" (yes, two n's) and I've learned to laugh at myself even if no one else does.