"The Velveteen Rabbit", the musical I co-wrote with Anya Saffir is in production at Atlantic Theater Company!
I have just signed on to score the feature film, Loserville. It is a comedic coming of age story about a dorky high school outcast named Chuck.
This is my third season with the Potomac Theater Project. In an article for Time Out New York, Jan Maxwell (who plays the lead in Scenes) reveals that she will be retiring from theater. This play, her swan song is being very well reviewed.
Last nights episode of Its Always Sunny in Philadephia has been compared to the film, Birdman, quite a bit. The episode's director, Matt Shackman, explains how "Charlie Work" came together and gives yours truly a nice mention for the score.
I have been working with Machinima on the new music video, "Assassin's Creed: The Musical" that will be released alongside the new Assassin's Creed game, Unity. The video was released on the Machinima channel today to a huge response.
I just completed work on a few episodes of season 10 of It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia. This is my 7th season composing additional music for the show and am always so excited to be a part of it. Premieres January 14, 2015 on FXX.
Anya Saffir and I have been writing a musical version of the Velveteen Rabbit over the past year and a half, Today, we had our first public reading of it at Atlantic Theater Company.
I've been asked to direct three episodes of the web series 600 Hours. The series is written and produced by Catherine McCarthy and stars Kim Director, Yoriko Haraguchi, Carolyn Michelle Smith, Emily Althaus and Catherine McCarthy.
The Grand had our first official headline show at The Bitter End on Bleecker Street. We had a packed house and had a great show.
I shot an episode of the CBS show, Blue Bloods back in February. I have a great little scene with Tom Sellick and Gregory Jbara.