I began performing stand-up in my hometown of Washington, DC shortly after starting my first job and realizing, "Oh, this sucks. There’s no way I’m doing this for 40 years." A little while later I moved to New York City. I’d describe the experience as being equal parts "Manhattan" and "Taxi Driver."

I realize I’m one of the thousands of straight white bros dotting the comedy landscape right now, but I’m not one of those comics who hates himself or claims he doesn’t know how to be an adult. I have my issues, but I also regularly do laundry and always pay my rent on time.

I’ve performed in amazing venues like The Kennedy Center, The DC Improv, Caroline’s On Broadway, and the UCB Theatre. I’ve worked with killer comics like Dave Attell, Amy Schumer, John Mulaney, and Michael Che. I’ve been selected for great festivals like Laughing Skull, Laugh Your Asheville Off, and The Boston Comedy Arts Festival. The last thing I say to impress bookers is that I was recently featured on an episode of Billy On The Street on truTV. My mom played it for everyone at Thanksgiving and they seemed to like it.