I started writing my own stories when I was about seven years old. By the time I was eight or nine, I’d write 100 pages of a story and then promptly delete it because I didn’t think it was good enough. I’m a wee bit Type A.

As a kid, I’d always wanted to create my own magazines and comic books, movie trailers, and TV show ideas. It seemed pretty far-fetched at the time.

Since then, I’ve worked at two radio stations, created e-books for major publishers including McGraw-Hill and Pearson, published articles for Hearst, worked with music and film agencies, ¬†coordinated press for one of my favorite bands, and managed licensing requests for artist estates and writers like George R. R. Martin.

I’m ambitious and like to crush a challenge.