Before I ever got on stage, I made my way onto Comedy Central. My sophomore year of college, I entered Comedy Central’s Open Mic Challenge and was chosen as one of ten winners. A joke of mine was shown on the channel during a Lisa Lampanelli special. In high school, I was also on MTV in Europe doing a dinosaur impression. Neither of these have gotten me any women to this day.
A year after being on Comedy Central, I finally made my way to the stage for the first time. I performed at Tavern at the End of the World in Charlestown, Massachusetts. The dean of my college connected me with a recent graduate who performed comedy. I only went to watch him that night, but he signed me up and told me, “No looking back from here.” I haven’t yet.
Since then, I have performed at over 30 bars and clubs in Massachusetts and in New Hampshire. I have headlined Endicott College and performed at Twin River Casino in Rhode Island and Stand Up NY in New York City.
I have participated in the Boston Center for Adult Education’s Closet Comic’s Big Break; a class and competition judged by Boston comedians and employees of the Wilbur Theater and I’ve opened up for Boston legends Tony V, Ken Rogerson, and Dan Smith.
My inspirations include Nick Thune, Demetri Martin, Steven Wright, Zach Galifianakis, and T.J Miller. My comedy is filled with stories from my life, observations, personification, one-liners and impressions.
I run an entertainment website called Driftmouse that is full of satirical news, memes, sketch videos, lists, and more.
I relocated to Denver for work in May and to get into the comedy scene out here.