What do you… do again?

I’m a comedy writer and software engineer based in New York City.

I’m currently a headline contributor at ClickHole, a contributing writer for the video game satire website Hard Drive, and a writer for the NYC sketch comedy collective BoogieManja, where I have monthly shows. In the past, I was a contributor to Funny or Die, UCB digital, published comedy books, branded content, and a slurry of other comedy outlets. I trained in improv and sketch comedy at the Upright Citizen’s Brigade, and in satire writing at The Second City.

I work professionally as a software engineer, following my passion for computer programming. I currently work at a startup leading a team of engineers building web applications in the service industry space. In the past, I’ve worked in health tech and fintech. My other interests in computer science include graphics, image processing and computer vision. I am also a freelance web developer, and have built WordPress-backed websites for all sorts of clients, from small businesses, to comedy companies, to the United Nations.

I graduated summa cum laude from Cornell University in 2017, where I double-majored in Computer Science and Mathematics and minored in Film. I was a founding staff writer and later Editor-in-Chief for CU Nooz (Cornell’s satire newspaper), a software developer, and later Computer Vision Subteam Lead, for CUAir (Cornell University Unmanned Aerial Systems), and a teaching assistant in the Department of Computer Science.


My monthly game show, Duty Free Live, has been featured multiple times as one of TimeOut New York’s “Best Things To Do This Week”

I was featured in Wired magazine once for a tweet made during the second debate of the 2016 election. Kumail Nanjiani and Patton Oswalt are on that list with me, so that’s pretty cool, right?