Sometimes I make Music
I've been lucky to make music with my friends all over the North East since first picking up a guitar as a clueless teenager. Writing and recording original music and performing with people I care about is what makes me happiest; I'm thrilled to share my music with you.
In 2017 I completed a project called Lunar Songs in which I wrote, recorded, and shared one song per month to a group of supporters and collaborators along with stories about my songwriting process and inspirations. I released them as an album on March 21st, World Down's Syndrome Day, in honor of my brother and donated all proceeds, over $4,000, to the National Down's Syndrome Society. I'll be forever grateful for the support I was shown. I hope to start a second Lunar Songs project in the not so distant future.
I currently perform all over the North East.
Come see me at a show or contact me (email: firstname.lastname@example.org) for booking information!
Click the album to listen.
Sometimes I Teach Things
I've taught English/Literature/Writing for nearly a decade in MA, DC, and CT.
For the past few years I've experimented with Gamification in the classroom,
which means I incorporate 'video game' principles into my daily lessons.
I've learned so much, and I hope to share my findings, lessons, and strategies with you here soon.
A brother. A son. A friend. A runner. A thinker. A writer. A reader.
New England born and bred.
Pretty into Shakespeare. All about the NBA.
Interested in hearing your story.
Caring. Hopeful. Creative. Positive.
Thankful you're here and for your support.