As a member of the Groundlings Sunday Company, I wrote and performed in a brand new sketch show every week. I was directed by Jim Rash, Matt Cook, Chase Winton and more.
Check out a few of my sketches on the left and see more on my Vimeo page.
Written by me and Jen Bashian. Directed by Chase Winton. Featuring Camilla Froude.
Written by me. Directed by Chase Winton. Featuring Lauri Roggenkamp and Harris Markson.
Written by me and Todd Bjurstrom. Directed by Chase Winton.
Written by me and Teddy Gilmore. Directed by Chase Winton.
Written by me and Madi Goff. Directed by Matt Cook.
Tutored is a digital scripted series that follows the friendship of a 30-year-old math tutor and her 16-year-old student as they attempt to get some studying done (think: Gilmore Girls meets Broad City). It's loosely based on my life and work as a math tutor in Los Angeles.
I created, produced, directed, and acted in the series from start to finish. Ava Penner, a former student of mine, acted in it with me.
Shot by Alyssa Brocato. Edited by Spencer Devlin Howard.
Season 2 is in the works.
Ep. #1: Mom
In which Charlie and Max talk to their moms.
Ep. #2: Frasier
In which Charlie and Max attempt to do math.
Ep. #3: Candy
In which Charlie meets Candy.
Ep. #4: Hunter
In which Charlie and Max run into Charlie's ex.
Ep. #5: Celebrate
In which Charlie and Max eat special brownies.
Ep. #6: Bye
In which Charlie and Max say goodbye.
I created, wrote, produced, fundraised, and wardrobed Math Brain, a STEM PSA in the form of a 1980s infomercial.
Helmed by a female-led creative team, featuring a diverse cast of women and teens, and based on research by Stanford psychologist Carol Dweck, Math Brain was made possible in part by the Harnisch Foundation.
The video hit 50K views across all channels in its first week with minimal press efforts, and has been covered and praised by BUST, Ms. Magazine, Amy Poehler's Smart Girls, Tumblr, WhoHaha, and more.
I produced and directed this video, released on Pi Day, in which I interviewed 12 women and girls about their relationship with math. The goal was to open a conversation among women about their unique learning styles.
Shot by Denise Milford. Edited by Spencer Devlin Howard.
How I Do Math
The Limit Does Not Exist
I co-created and co-hosted this weekly Forbes podcast with Christina Wallace, which champions the intersection of STEM and the arts. The show has been downloaded millions of times on iTunes and featured in AdWeek and The Washington Post. Produced by PodcastOne.