Born and raised in Amarillo, Texas. Ran away from home at 25 to join the Peace Corps. Spent two years teaching English in the city of Ketou in Benin, West Africa. There he met his wife, another Peace Corps volunteer. Since their return they've lived in Washington, DC and currently reside in Los Angeles.
If Heaven Were a Real Place tells intersecting stories about the lives of the people of Heaven as they navigate the complexities of a world as corrupt and hopeless as the one they left behind. This is not a story of religion or a criticism of faith, but a dark exploration of humanity and how mankind could easily destroy paradise if given the chance.