Since I was 11, writing has been a passion. Be it the horror comedy spoof I wrote for my elementary school in fifth grade or the 700+ movie trivia questions I asked America for Coca-Cola as a full-grown adult, I've spent my career as a creative putting words in the right places for magazines, advertising agencies, digital media outlets, startups and more. 
After spending years as a copywriter gaining invaluable experience at top advertising agencies (RPA, Cimarron Group, WONGDOODY) and with respected publishers (People, AOL), my pursuits eventually lead me to the place where editorial meets marketing:  Branded content.
At UPROXX Media, I spearheaded ideation/execution for the Native Content division as Managing Editor, shaping 200+ pieces of branded content including articles, videos and social media campaigns. Our main goal? To help Fortune 500 brands such as Coors, Honda and the movie studios drive awareness and engagement around their properties with smart, strategic content that could go viral. I think we succeeded. At the end of year one, my team did $1M+ in net revenue for the company.
[A game of H-O-R-S-E vs. shortest NBA player ever, Muggsy Bogues, for an AXE branded piece.]
After losing H-O-R-S-E to Muggsy and winning a happy client (AXE) by overdelivering on our impressions, I joined Bullpen, where I pitched, wrote and produced campaigns (digital/TV) for clients such as Wingstop and SurveyMonkey as the agency's Senior Creative Director. Proud to say we generated millions of YouTube impressions for SurveyMonkey's first digital campaign: "Shoulda Used SurveyMonkey," lead by this spot.
When I'm not full-time, I lock in creatively as a freelance gun-for-hire for many awesome partners and clients, in addition to developing literary properties and creative concepts for TV/film for the talent management and production company that I'm a partner in: The Rosenzweig Group.
When I'm not consumed by the written word, I'm a dedicated dad and husband, a lover of stand-up comedy, avid men's softball player and passionate proponent for those who don't take life too seriously. 
What’s next is what fuels my spirit. 
If you have thoughts on what that might be, by all means let me know.
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