I started this blog in the spring of 2011 when my first short story was accepted. It felt imperative that I grow a place online that future editors, movie studios, and tastemakers could find me. Imperative.
Anyway, it holds sentimental value at this point, as I continue to flirt with creativity. So here, it sits, seldom updated, but poised to shout loudly should anything exciting ever happen.
About me (he/him), I grew up in the suburbs of Toronto, then got a theater degree from MIT. I went to medical school, became a psychiatrist, and lived in NYC for a decade before returning to my hometown.
I write when I can. I improvise. I parent my daughters. I’ve dabbled in triathlons.
My current works in progress include:
The Grey Line — a medical-thriller about fictional science, scientific literacy, and murder
Untitled — quasi-historical novel in which Einstein and Freud investigate murder in Venice
Shrinks — a one-hour drama pilot about psychiatric residency
..and a few dozen sci-fi shorts that slowly make their rounds across editorial desks from time to time