1. DO YOU PLAN ON MAKING MUSIC AGAIN?
Never say never, but at the moment there are no plans for future albums.
2. HOW DID YOU GET STAFFED/HOW DID YOU GET INTO THE CBS WRITERS MENTORING PROGRAM?
I wrote a lot. By time time I got into the CBS Writers Mentoring Program I'd written 10 pilots. By the time I was staffed I'd written 12. Were all of them good? No. But at least half of them were. Practicing writing pilots and specs got me good enough to actually get into the CBS program. And the program helped me get staffed.
3. WHERE CAN WE FIND WRITING SAMPLES FROM YOU?
Ask my reps here.
4. WHAT FESTIVALS/CONTESTS HAVE YOU BEEN SELECTED IN?
A complete list can be found here.
5. WHERE CAN WE LISTEN TO YOUR MUSIC?
Currently only "Mix it Up" is available online. On iTunes, Amazon, Spotify and a number of other online retailers and streaming services.
6. WHAT NETWORKING ADVICE DO YOU HAVE FOR ASPIRING TV WRITERS?
1. Don't start networking without already having written something. Remember that writing is the most important step to becoming a writer. Not networking.
2. Do an assistantship or internship or writer's PA gig on a legitimate show/network/studio so that you not only get concrete industry experience, but also so you can say that's what you do when you go to events and meet people.
3. Network horizontally not vertically. Meaning, don't chase people three levels above you. Get to know the people on your same level because you will all rise together.
5. If you can afford it, take classes at Script Anatomy. if you can't afford it, take a weekend workshop instead. Script Anatomy has a high percentage of alumni who successfully break into the business. These are the people you should be networking with.
7. WHERE CAN WE FIND YOU ON SOCIAL MEDIA?
Check out my social media links here