My first play, Living with Women, (written while earning my MFA at the New School University) won second place in the Writer's Digest annual play writing competition. An extended monologue, LwW tells the story of one man's journey from first crush through his latest breakup.
My second monologue for the stage, Holding Court, was produced for LaCosta Theatre and named a Red Eye pick of the week. Courtney navigates the terrifying waters of early love, heartbreak, and loss.
I've completed a handful of screenplays. My collaboration with Ken Gayton titled Ashes was a quarter finalist in the Bluecat competition.
Unique traits: Awesome beard and a cool scar on my left thumb that comes with a great story about childhood, fatherhood, and how 7-Up bottles used to be made a lot thicker.
David's War Drama The line between victim and perpetrator goes awry when an encounter between a journalist and a white supremacist turns unexpectedly violent.