I shop at Gap Kids. For myself.
And when I’m not, I specialize in creating and writing comedic stuff for kids my size and under (that’s roughly age 12), including podcast series, animation, interactive conversations, narration/host copy, songs, game shows, jokes, and scripts for toys and electronics (including AI).
For startups in the kid space, I consult on editorial processes and age-appropriate content, backed by my 20-plus years doing children’s writing for brands including Nickelodeon, Cartoon Network and PBS, and more recently in the AI robotics sector for Miko and Moxie.
I love to make boring stuff interesting, and I love to work with new media and technology to shape how next generations will laugh, play and learn!
I have mostly been doing this with my adult life, minus a stretch of time where I was a home organizer with an estate sale business. Because that happened.
Formerly of Boston, Seattle and Los Angeles, I live in New York City with my husband, who is a jazz recording artist and composer.
Daytime Emmy Award Nominee, “Cash Cab” (Discovery Network)
Parent’s Choice Award, “The FurryTones” (Pinna).
Children’s Media Association