I am, as many people will tell you, a notoriously difficult person to sum up. I don’t fit into any clear category. Or maybe I fit into many. This has always been true about me, for as long as I’ve lived. And truth be told: I like it that way.
I’m a playwright first and foremost… but also a transmedia artist, a theatrical deviser, and an experience designer. I’m an arts advocate, a change agent, a convener of difficult conversations, and a rabble-rousing technology innovator, too. I’m a would-be scientist—definitely an experimenter—and a one-time poet as well. I’m a husband and a father above all. And on a good day, I’m all of those at once.
I like to tell people that I write, create, and think—that I live, really—at the intersection of theater, culture, and technology. That may be about as close as I can get to describing who I really am… though I realize, of course, that a description like that leaves a great deal of room for interpretation.
Best, perhaps, if you just get to know me for yourself. And I sincerely hope you will.