I’m a comedy writer, and the CEO/Founder of Comediva.com, a destination for female-driven comedy. I work on all Comediva Originals in different capacities; I wrote “Guy Time,” co-wrote “The Divas,” executive produced “Assassins” and produced “I Hate LA.” I also executive produced and edited our viral hits “G-Male,” “Geek PSA,” and “Geek Therapy.”
In 2007, I wrote one of the first branded web series of its kind, a project co-produced by MTV and T-Mobile called “Connected.” In 2008, I earned my MFA in Screenwriting from the USC School of Cinematic Arts, where I wrote and produced ambitious short films that have screened at over 35 film festivals worldwide and won multiple “Best Short” awards, including a Student Emmy. Last year, I edited a parody that was named FunnyorDie’s Best User Video of 2010.
I love comedy, the internet, and working with badass women, which is why I founded Comediva.com. Also, I write a column called The Last Laugh where I get nerdy and explore humor theory as it pertains to women in comedy.
Meanwhile, I carry on with my writing career and I’m represented by Jennifer Au at Untitled Entertainment.