Between roles as a product developer, writer’s assistant, and waiter, I love working on projects. Here are some I’ve worked on over the years.

Fighting Broke


A blog and membership program that helps people accomplish their dream of moving to Los Angeles. Readers also landed their first jobs, broke into the entertainment business, and successfully negotiated salaries… but they can tell you about their success themselves.

Amazon #1 Bestseller in Business, Your Move: The Underdog’s Guide to Building Your Business

IWT Amazon Ebook

I was the lead writer on this project, working with Ramit Sethi. It hit #1 on the Amazon business bestseller list during pre-orders, and got some incredible reviews from our audience, like this one and this one.

Project Burn

Project Burn
A 12-week fitness program I developed that helped 120 students shed weight, boost their energy, and build an exercise habit. Led by Ramit Sethi, with coaching from Sumeet Sahni.  Check out before’s, after’s, and success stories… plus a little about the process that got us there.


Zero to Launch: Platinum


Hosted 30 students at a high-level online business event at the Andaz in Manhattan. Cost of entry: $9,997. Predecessor to I Will Teach’s first major event, Forefront.

How to Talk to Anybody


Product lead of this 6-figure product that launched I Will Tech into a brand new market — social skills. Taught thousands of students how to confidently speak to anyone, even if you’re shy or not “a natural.” Learn more here


The White Lady

A 12-Hour writing experiment where 6 writers ideate, outline, and write a complete feature-length script. The finished product? The White Lady.



A 3 episode web series shot for $300 over a weekend. Stars Joel Gelman (Modern Family, New Girl) and Guerrin Gardner (Ray Donovan, New Girl). Written and produced with my partners Eric Anderson (Associate Producer, Unpossible Productions), Paul Hilborn (VP of Development, Fabrik) Crystal Ro (Sr. Writer at HelloGiggles), Jeff Girten (Associate Producer, Vanderpump Rules), and Kim Yau (Agent, Paradigm).


The Family Businesses 


Opened 3 family restaurants in the Capital Region in New York. To get the businesses going I cut sushi, waited tables, and cleaned toilets. Never all at once. Read about the latest restaurant, Rain.