Whether in three hours or over the course of a few days, the best way to learn storytelling is by getting together and doing it. I've taught in universitiescorporate settings, private events, and one on one. My clients have included: PRX, The Moth, The Covenant Foundation, and Northeastern University. And I've worked with diverse populations from recently incarcerated teenagers, educators and community leaders,  to survivors of the attacks on 9/11. You can learn more about me here.

the CRAFT of personal narrative

This workshop focuses on:

  • Why story matters
  • How to chose your story
  • The basic story structure
  • Crafting your story
  • Performing your story


Designed for people who have already crafted a story, this workshop focuses on pushing your story to a deeper place. We'll play with:

  • Using structure to get more impact
  • Humor as a tool
  • "Painting the scene" (making us feel like we're there)
  • "Feel like the first time" (striving for authenticity and novelty in a story you've told a hundred times)



There are many lessons to be learned from storytelling that can be incorporated into the day to day workings of your institution. Whether you're crafting a new campaign, pitching to a client, or simply looking to gain the confidence it takes to speak in front of a group, learning storytelling can change the way you do business. And because you know best what you need, let's talk about tailoring these workshops to best fit your needs.

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New workshop dates will be posted here periodically so please sign up for the mailing list to get more info. If you're interested in setting up a private workshop for you and your friends (minimum 6 participants) or want to talk about 1-on-1 classes please use the form above to send me line. of New York City’s most beloved storytellers.
— Kevin Allison ("RISK!", "The State")
He’s a really dazzling storyteller — the way he speaks on stage makes you feel as if he’s speaking just to you.
— Erin Barker ("The Story Collider")