In 2013, inspired by classic radio dramas of the 40's and 50's, i created my own audio drama podcast Lost in Williamsburg.

The show is produced, directed, written, edited and scored by myself and performed by many talented local actors. The show. The story of Lost in Williamsburg shifts between the 18th century and present day, following the lives of many local Williamsburgers and W&M College students as they navigate the strange and unexplained happenings that happen so frequently in our quaint little town. Available for streaming on iTunes and SoundCloud

Official Selection - 2016 HEAR Now: Audio Fiction and Arts Festival

Winner - 2015 Audio Verse Award for Best Actress with an Ensemble Role

Finalist - 2015 Audio Verse  Award for Best Ensemble Cast and Best Original Composition in an Original, Short-Form Production 

Finalist - 2015 Parsec Award  for Best New Speculative Fiction Podcaster/Team 

Finalist - 2014 Audio Verse Award for Best New Original Ongoing Production and Best Ongoing Original Long-form Drama of the Year

In the News

Panelist, Owning Your Local Market Through Geo-Targeted Podcasting
February 2017, Podfest Multimedia Expo

Local podcast taps supernatural side of Williamsburg
Virginia Gazette, August 23rd, 2016

William & Mary Found in Lost in Williamsburg
William & Mary News, July 8th, 2016

Lost in Williamsburg Headed to Kansas City
Virginia Gazette Online, May 19th, 2016


For several years I've been composing, recording music, and creating videos both under the name 1000 Years From Now and for my podcast Lost in Williamsburg


Audio Verse Award Finalist
My song Sweet Isabelle was a finalist for Best Original Composition in the 2015 Audio Verse Awards, which honor outstanding work in podcasting.

Homoground - LGBT Music Podcast
Several of my songs have been featured on this long-running music podcast.
February 2016 - Toano, You're All That I Need, and Authority on Love.
September 2015 - Where Did It All Go Wrong?

Defenestration Featured Artist
I was the featured artist in July of 2010 on the music website Defenestration, an online branch of WHRO Public Radio in Norfolk, Virginia.

Lost In Williamsburg

I write all the songs and background music used in the podcast Lost in Williamsburg. The music ranges from classically inspired minuets to contemporary pop songs.

1000 Years From Now

in 2010, writing and recording under the name 1000 Years From Now, I began teaching myself music composition. It's fairly rudimentary stuff, but it was a start.


SRDX FX Christmas Show December 2016
Portrayed Peter Pendleton in this dinner theater production for Colonial Williamsburg at the Williamsburg Lodge.

War of the Worlds October 2016
Portrayed Carl Phillips in the SRDX FX production at the Kimball Theater in Williamsburg, Virginia.