Past Projects

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For approximately six years I was a part of the comedy duo Opposites. For five of those years we hosted and headlined our own weekly comedy show in downtown Austin, Texas, featuring sketch, stand-up and improv opening acts. We mainly performed improv comedy as Opposites, but also did occasional sketch shows and small scale full comedic theatrical productions.

Buy The Whey

With friend and artistic collaborator David Meyers, I co-wrote and co-produced two plays in Austin, Texas as Buy The Whey: Drywall and Gus! In addition, I performed in the production of Gus!, which won Best of Week in the annual FronteraFest theater festival in Austin.


For many years I built puppets and performed puppetry live in Austin, Texas with a number of groups, including the Puppet Improv Project, Abstract Rainbow, and Puppet Revolt! The Puppet Improv Project produced a number of shows which I contributed to in performing and creating puppets. As part of Abstract Rainbow, an avant-garde comedy performance duo with my wife, Erica Knisely, I built puppets and performed. For Puppet Revolt! I directed, built puppets for, and performed in sketch and improv comedy shows. I am currently working on a puppet related video project, Patrick & Mort.

Video Sketch Comedy

In addition to performing live comedy, I’ve produced, written, directed, and/or acted in various video sketch comedy shorts, and other film projects. I’ve worked with various groups and individuals including UpTowne at ColdTowne Theater, The Neighborhood at Fallout Theater, my colleagues and friends Adrian Croom and David Meyers and many others. I’m currently working on a puppet based comedy video series, called Patrick & Mort.


In addition to my ongoing podcasts, Super Switch Headz and Playing it RONG!, I have co-created, produced and edited the Fire Emblem: Three Houses podcast Optimal Pairing with my friend Austin Young. When Fire Emblem: Three Houses released, we recorded and released weekly discussions about our playthroughs of the game.

I’ve also been a part of a failed podcasting attempt with my wife, Erica Knisely, which was derailed by the COVID-19 pandemic. We had begun to record and edit episodes for a podcast series around unusual date nights, however we were forced to cancel our plans with the podcast before we could finish and release them.