Greg’s written a one man show! Come see him debut You Don’t Have a Copyright on Your Mom’s Legacy (and Other Dumb Things People Say When You’re Mourning) at the Capital Fringe Festival in Washington, D.C. this July. For more details visit:




Greg graduated from La Salle University—where he was a columnist for The Collegian—with a degree in Mass Communication and Mass Media Writing. After a career as a reality television casting producer, Greg went back to his first love, writing. His work has appeared on sites including Nerve, The Huffington Post and Splitsider. In addition to journalistic writing and blogging, Greg also has experience in editing, social media and marketing. Check out the Works section for samples.


Greg has strong opinions on loads of things that don't really matter. Head to the Musings section for whatever is currently on Greg's mind, whether it be music, baseball, politics, something creepy that happened on the way to work or 90210.



After dabbling in standup, Greg discovered that with storytelling, he could combine comedy, emotion and his long-winded nature into this one art form. Visit here for performances, dates and more.