Hi there! The best way to hear my life story is to sit next to me for five minutes, but if you want a summary, I’ll do my best to be concise.
You may know me as a bestselling D&D designer/editor for the DMsGuild, the RPG Director for MomoCon, or perhaps as the Lead Editor for Steamforged Games. Or maybe you’ve just seem me and my multitude of costumes at conventions. I’ve been in and around the tabletop space for many many years and actively involved since 2015. A lot of the work I do for gaming supports charity, and it makes me so happy to be able to do what I love and make so much of an impact in my community.
Born and raised in Tennessee, I moved to Chicago, then onward to Michigan, managing to survive in the frigid northlands. I’ve always loved fantasy and naturally fell into gaming and conventions as I got older and then accidentally started community organizing and now here we are. If you want to hear me ramble further about my backstory, check out the first episode Paige and I recorded for the Round Table.
Aside from gaming, I frequently also talk about mental health and sex positivity, so feel free to snag me to babble on about those topics too!
I’ve done work for D&D 5e for companies such as Renegade Games, Steamforged Games, and Wizards of the Coast. This work includes official D&D Adventurer’s League seasonal adventures and interactive epic adventures. I also have numerous products on the DM’s Guild and was part of the Guild Adepts team working to produce content alongside official D&D books.
Story Development & Editing
I have a number of credits for story development for 5e Community Created Content including the CCC-SKULL trilogy and many other CCC adventures. I edited most of the Esper Genesis Master Technician’s Guide, numerous DMsGuild products, and a variety of indie games that funded through Kickstarter, including Nowhereville by Nerdburger Games.
I am currently the RPG Director for MomoCon in Atlanta, GA and volunteer board member for the D8 Summit charity convention in Utica, IL. In addition to events, I’ve also been working to build a thriving online community via Discord (link below on the giant button) and my newsletter!