Albuquerque's Foul Play Cafe is producing my comedy whoddunit, Elaine Whales and the Mummy of King Khufu. The show runs through November 28th.


A great big shout out to my sister Laura, who's vaudeville show, "Heavenly & Friends," (which I wrote) went up last Thursday in NYC,  to what I'm told was thunderous applause. We're already working on the next one, so stay tuned.


Woo! Sweet validation! (Although, in my humble opinion, I designed a better poster than the one they used. You can see it in my Photoshop portfolio.)


"Black Orchid," the short, noir-esque drama I directed recently, has not only been accepted into the Monaco Charity Film Festival, I've been nominated for best director and best short screenplay writer.


My paranormal thriller (fancy term for "horror) script "The Edge of Oblivion" just won Best Feature Screenplay at the Eerie Horror Film Festival & Expo. That's two wins for this script. I'm a proud daddy.


Okay, I'm wicked late with this update, but I finally got my trophy from winning last year's LA Screamfest screenplay competition. Here I am at one of their mixers, receiving the award from Screamfest grand poobah Rachel Belofsky. Happy day!


I’m officially joining the Great Horror Campout 2014 tour. Last year was a blast, and this year we’re traveling to ten cities along the west coast.

This is a horror fanatic’s dream—an all-night campout where you will be terrorized by a horde of twisted ghouls (including yours truly, one of your camp counselors). It’s crazy evil fun, from the people who bring you the Los Angeles Haunted Hayride (which, if you’ve visited in the last two years, you may have seen me trying to get your attention with my handy-dandy chainsaw). Hope to scare you this summer.