1. STOP HAUNTING ME is an original half hour comedy series that I created and wrote based on my improvised short THE TASTE OF COFFEE. I developed the project in the class HOW TO PITCH AND SELL TV SHOWS taught by James Murray of NorthSouth Productions and the hit television series IMPRACTICAL JOKERS.  In May and June of 2013, I shot a low budget version of the pilot that starred Geoff Grimwood, Isabelle Owens and Phil Casale.  It also featured Charla Lauriston, Chris Luther, Paul Wielunski, Julie Sharbutt and Greg Boz.  Now in July 2014, I’m releasing it.

     
     
  2. Roller skating tonight. So far, I’ve only had one crazy bad fall that everyone around me laughed at. (at Brooklyn Bridge Park Pier 2)

     
  3. I’ll pass, but wouldn’t turn down a peanut butter and grass jelly sandwich. (at M2m Mart Corp)

     
  4. How do you know if something really happened if you don’t take a selfie? (at Williamsburg Waterfront Piers)

     
  5. Terrible picture of the super moon. It’s really impressive in person. (at Prospect Park Long Meadow)

     
  6. Q: What’s the most pointless example of corporate synergy you can think of? A: Yes, ok, fine, it’s Papa John’s and Mercedes Benz. (at Renaissance Diner)

     
  7. Strangely, the Time Warner Center isn’t plagued with incredibly slow escalator speeds, horrific customer service and an inability to make an appointment for sooner than two weeks in advance. (at Time Warner Centre, Columbus Circle)

     
  8. Listening to “Call Me Maybe” on repeat at Jonah’s place after reading that Carly Mae Jepsen is broke. The violin part is amazing.

     
  9. Some lightning hit right by the driving range. Kind of amazing to see. (at Chelsea Piers Golf Club)

     
     
  10. Celebrating Independence Day early with that most American of foods, the homemade lemon Pop-Tart. (at Culture Espresso)

     
  11. A guy taking a picture of some random stranger in front of Thomas Jefferson’s original draft of The Declaration Of Independence. The part about selfies was very inspiring. (at NYPL The New York Public Library)