3-Time TEDx Speaker
In April of 2014, I was nominated and selected to be one of six speakers at the second annual TEDxTAMU conference held at Texas A&M University. My talk, "Adults Need More Imaginary Friends" has garnered over 4500 views on YouTube since then.
In 2015, I was invited back to speak at TEDxTAMU again, where I spoke about "Theatre in the Facebook Generation." (The audio is quiet in the very beginning, but corrects within the first minute)
In 2017, I was invited to speak at TEDxTAMU for a third time, this time on the topic of the importance of the arts in the field of medical training. The talk was entitled, "I'm Proud of Lying to Your Doctor."
A Unique Perspective, Tailored
My breadth of experience means that each presentation I give is uniquely fitted to the group I am speaking with. I will take the time to get to know you and what you need so that I can bring a fresh perspective to your organization or group. I weave together my diverse experiences into engaging, passionate, and enlightening talks.
Some examples include:
the arts in medicine
redefining adult creativity
applying "pop culture principles" to the work you do
LGBTQ+ issues and religion
You won't get a canned presentation that hundreds of other people have heard--you will get a one of a kind experience from a speaker with a proven track record for your audience and your function.
For fee and scheduling information, please contact me HERE.
Keep an eye on this page as new works develop, and feel free to contact me if you'd like more information about any of his work.
Uncle Eb, to Begin With (Full-length play)
The Accidental Parent (Dramatic Monologue)
Joseph's Story (Monologue)
Soldier (Dramatic Monologue)
Spoken Existence (Dramatic Monologue)
Collage: A Trilogy (One-act play)