In December 2010, I took the stage at a Moth StorySLAM at NYC’s Bitter End. The theme was Progress. Since that first appearance, I’ve performed on The Moth MainStage numerous times, including inaugural shows in Dublin, Ireland and Nashville, Tennessee, and had three stories featured on The Moth Radio Hour: How to Draw a Nekkid Man, The Tricia Ball, and my newest story, How to Act Like a Lady.
In addition to The Moth, I’ve told stories across the country, including NYC’s The StoryCollider and Out by Ten, LA’s Spark Off Rose, and Nashville’s The Local Show and Ten x 9. Whether on stage as a storyteller, performing at corporate events, or giving keynote speeches, I address themes like creative thinking, risk taking, and resilience.
Keynotes and Emceeing
A keynote speaker and emcee can make or break an event. To ensure success, I partner with my clients to make sure we meet their goals. Often I speak on the power of storytelling in addition to broader themes.
In each keynote, I provide action steps that audiences can take to incorporate the ideas into their daily lives. I’m also available to conduct breakout sessions to go deeper into the topics.