Various Work


–Host for Nightmare Magazine story podcast since the magazine’s launch in October of 2012.

Announcer/intro voice for the popular Geek’s Guide To The Galaxy podcast through

The Arbiter in “The Resolution Chamber” by Lightning Bolt Theater of the Mind.

Buck in “Wood’s Ferry” by Campfire Radio Theater.

Misc. voice for The End is Now, the audiobook version of Volume 2 of The Apocalypse Triptych.

Patient X in ‘The Philadelphia Experiment’ by Campfire Radio Theater. This episode is a finalist in the Audio Drama (Short Form) category in the 2015 Parsec Awards.

–Voiced the launch trailer for THE CHARNEL HOUSE TRILOGY, the point-and-click horror adventure game by developer Owl Cave Games, published by Mastertronic. (April, 2015)

–Narrated “The Balm and The Wound”, by Robin Wasserman, in the audiobook version of “THE END IS NIGH”, Volume 1 of THE APOCALYPSE TRIPTYCH. This performance is also available for free via the StarShip Sofa Podcast.

–Narrated “System Reset” by Tobias S. Buckell & “Agent Unknown” by David Wellington in the audiobook version of “THE END IS NIGH”, Volume 1 of THE APOCALYPSE TRIPTYCH, as well as story intros, author bios, and other sections.

–Regularly hosted the Lightspeed Magazine story podcast from April 2012 to December of 2013.

A.D. Dockstader, Ambassador, John Bradoch, Captain Socrates, and others, in the audio drama series Edict Zero – FIS. Jack Kincaid was a finalist in the 2013 Audio Verse Awards for Best Actor in an Original Supporting Role for his portrayal of the Edict 1 Ambassador.

Corporal Dickson in Campfire Radio Theater’s adaptation of H. G. Wells’ War of the Worlds.

Raymond in 19 Nocturne Boulevard‘s: “At The Sound of the Beep” — finalist for the Hoerspielsommer Leipzig competition 2014.

Sir Reginald and The Preacher in “The Jester’s Slippers”, produced by Yap Audio.

Mister Luciani in “Aftermath: The Post-Apocalyptic Audio Drama” from Yap Audio.

Monty in “The Blind Spot”, a five minute drama produced by Robert Cudmore. It won a British Public Radio Award in 2013.

Scarecrow in “By The Book”, written by Charlie Rushworth and produced by Robert Cudmore, released in Episode 3 of the Yap Audio Podcast.

Crawford Tillinghast in 19 Nocturne Boulevard’s adaptation of HPL’s From Beyond

Officer Williams in 19 Nocturne Boulevard’s adaptation of HPL’s The Dunwich Horror.

William Sykes in John Mierau’s “Transmissions” Episode of “Enemy Lines”.

Victor in ‘Peacemaker, Peacemaker, Little Bo Peep’, produced by Lightning Bolt Theater of the Mind.

–The County Attorney in 19 Nocturne Boulevard’s ‘A Jury of Her Peers’

“The Man”, in 19 Nocturne Boulevard’s short sharp shock Halloween audio drama short : Karma

Mister Roberts, in 19 Nocturne Boulevard’s The DeadEye Kid : Auld Lang Syne.

Belarius, in 19 Nocturne Boulevard’s Cymbeline Revisited

Red, in 19 Nocturne Boulevard’s The DeadEye Kid : Haunting Melody.

The Devil in 19 Nocturne Boulevard’s Crumping the Devil.

The Solicitor & The Professor in 19 Nocturne Boulevard’s Bride of the Minotaur.

The Coroner in 19 Nocturne Boulevard’s When Yellow Casts a Crimson Shadow.


He recently completed a student film for a 200-level class, “The Strange Case of Doctor Barron”, whose first release can be found on youtube. He played the role of Doctor David Barron. The story takes place in his Edict Zero universe.


THE END IS NIGH, Volume 1 of THE APOCALYPSE TRIPTYCH, audiobook version.

THE END IS NOW, Volume 2 of THE APOCALYPSE TRIPTYCH, audiobook version.

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Edict Zero – FIS was a finalist in four categories (Best Usage of Music in a Production, Best Audio Engineering for a Production, Best Writing For a Long-Form Original Series, and Best Original Drama of The Year) for the 2013 Audio Verse Awards. It was also a finalist for the 2014 Parsec Awards in the Long Form Audio Drama category. It is currently a finalist in the 2015 Parsec Awards.


–An excerpt of his horror novel, “Hoad’s Grim”, was published in the ebook edition of Nightmare Magazine, January issue of 2014. January 2014 Editorial.

“Edict Zero – FIS” is an ongoing cyberpunk audio drama series (2010-PRESENT) whose episodes are feature length (45-90 minutes each). It was a finalist in five categories for the 2013 Audio Verse Awards and the 2014 Parsec Awards. You can click here to jump to its website.

“Pelucci’s Stingers” was self-published in 2007 as a myspace exclusive.

“The Church Grim” was published in Insidious Reflections Magazine, Issue #6, 2006.

“Mrs. Mogiovi’s Mojo Pizza” was published in the paperback anthology ‘Exit Laughing’ from Hellbound Books, 2006.

“Shrieks” was published in Surreal Magazine, Issue #3, 2005.


–Original and remix work for Edict Zero – FIS.
See : Edict Zero Series Extras

–Music and Audio Logos for the podcasts at Lightspeed Magazine and Nightmare Magazine.

–Intro and Outro Music for The Geek’s Guide To The Galaxy podcast through

–Music (without voice-overs) from the ‘Seeds of Change’ book trailer can be downloaded here: SEEDS OF CHANGE MEDLEY.

HEAVEN BLEEDS, an instrumental piece was featured in the book trailer for the anthology, Wastelands: Stories of the Apocalypse, edited by John Joseph Adams . It was later used in the Audible Audio Edition of “The End is Nigh”, Volume 1 of The Apocalypse Triptych.


He recently contributed to the Audio Drama Production Podcast’s 100th episode, “The Ultimate Advice For Making Audio Drama”, as Edict Zero’s producer. You can jump to it here.

His most recent interview on the Audio Drama Production Podcast can be found here.

Contributed to Yap Audio‘s documentary on audio drama: “All Ears”.

Music & Intro/Outro for :


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Podcast assembling & audio consulting for
Lightspeed Magazine,;
Fantasy Magazine (now merged with Lightspeed), and
Nightmare Magazine.