Men’s Health, “I Confronted My Worst Childhood Memory”, March 2019
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An incident in a middle school bathroom traumatized me. When I revisited it 25 years later, it changed my life. I wrote about it for Men’s Health.

“After that day in the bathroom with Brandon, I disappeared. I stayed away from the lunchroom, cut out as soon as classes finished. My grades dived. I came to know that particular prepubescent agony of wondering where I fit in.”

Here’s the full piece. 


After nearly a decade in New York City, I am now living and working in Los Angeles, California.

I’ve written articles and personal essays for GQ, Esquire, Condé Nast Traveler, Men’s Health and The Wall Street Journal. I’m currently interested in pitching and contributing work that deals with modern masculinity.

I’m currently pursuing a graduate degree at The University of Santa Monica in Spiritual Psychology.

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