(transcription firm, est. 2011)
Transcribblers began in 2011 as the digital storefront for my solo freelance transcription, which I began in 2009 after doing similar work at a private research firm in NYC’s Financial District.
Since then, the company evolved into a hub that has connected qualified transcribers to well-paying freelance work, in addition to providing as much transcription as I can handle. The systems undergo constant development, and Transcribblers itself has become my entrepreneurial training grounds while sustaining my artistic practice.
(physical theater ensemble, est. 2011)
Broken Box Mime Theater (BKBX) is a collaborative theater company that performs original, contemporary short plays entirely through movement. Based in NYC, our mission is to activate the imaginations of our audiences, contemporize the art of mime, and remind us all of the power of simple storytelling. We were recipients of the 2014 New York Innovative Theater Award for Outstanding Ensemble, as well as the 2016 NY IT Awards for Outstanding Performance Art, and Outstanding Choreography and Movement.
As a founding member of BKBX, I’ve written and performed with the company since we started. Our shows have appeared at: A.R.T. / NY, HERE, Dixon Place, The Wild Project, The PIT, and many more. On television, we’ve most recently appeared on VICELAND‘s Untitled Action Bronson Show, and a local FOX 5 segment about a recent show.
(theater & arts cooperative, est. 2009)
AMIOS (an acronym for, “art and music in our souls“) was founded in 2009 in NYC by alums of the National Theater Conservatory. The core programming since the beginning has been the SHOTZ! short-play festival, which commissions six original shorts every month.
SHOTZ! has since grown into a huge network of theater artists, and a full-length development pipeline with the creation of the First Draughts reading series — and starting in February 2018 — fully mounted plays that began as SHOTZ! shorts.
I have worked with AMIOS since 2011 as an actor, director, writer, producer, and web administrator before joining the staff as Community Manager in 2016. All told I have contributed 50+ times to SHOTZ! events in some capacity, and been a regular fixture in attendance at shows where I haven’t contributed.
As Community Manager, I have been working to catalog and manage the vast network of artists in the AMIOS orbit, as well as archive the huge volume of creative work the community has generated over the years.