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Animated PBS math show created with artist Jennifer Oxley, produced by 100 Chickens Productions, with financial partner the Fred Rogers Company and animation partner 9 Story Entertainment, broadcast internationally.
Wrote stories for most episodes, scripts for many.
Served as co-executive producer.
Animated musical show for young viewers created by Little Airplane Productions, airing on Nickelodeon.
Head writer, season one and part of season three.
Episodes written: Save the Elephant, Save the Duckling, Save the Swan, Save the Yak, the Pig, and the Dancing Bear, Save the Sheep Who Cried Wolf, Save the Flamingo, Save the Wonder Pets (double episode), Three Wonder Pets and a Baby, Ollie to the Rescue, Save the Fiddler Crab on the Roof, Save the Nutcracker (double episode/Christmas special), Save the Cool Cat and the Hip Hippo, Job Well Done, Save the Mermaid, Teach the Old Dog New Tricks, Save the Houseguest, Save the Moose in the Caboose, and Help the Easter Bunny.
Awarded a 2010 Emmy, with composers Larry Hochman and Jerry Bock, for Outstanding Original Children’s Song: “A Fiddler Crab am I”.
Spinoff of Arthur that mixes animation and live action, created by WGBH and aired on PBS.
Episodes written: Oregon - The Giant Pumpkins, Iqaluit - Spring Break, Utah - We Are Family, South Carolina - Star Search. Contributed to: San Antonio - Buster & Beatrice, Wyoming - Hoops and Dreams, Hartford - Step by Step.
Giant Pumpkins featured, along with the infamous Sugar Time episode, on Outdoor Journeys DVD.
Nominated for 2004-2005 Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Writing in a Children’s Series.
Cartoon created by Stretch Films and aired on Cartoon Network.
Episodes written: Stormy Weather, The Ride of the Valkyries (homage to Wagner), So In Louvres (Mona Lisa’s fling with the Thinker), The Nutcracker (giant rats dance to Tchaikovsky), The Snowman’s Revenge (featuring the hit You Freeze Up My Life), Swindlin’ Wind, Perfect, Hunter Hunted, Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dog.
Nutcracker episode featured on Cartoon Network Christmas – Yuletide Follies DVD.
Episodes written: They’re Coming to Take Me Away, Huh Huh (psychiatrist’s office), Butt Is It Art (art museum), Pregnant Pause (Beavis mistakes his constipation for pregnancy), Animation Sucks (B&B make a cartoon more primitive than the one they’re in). Episodes written but never aired: Streak Now, Milk Milk Lemonade, The Bet.
Interviewed about writing for the show in Makin’ Toons by Allan Neuwirth.
Animated adventure now airing on Disney Junior.
Episodes written: Whale Shark, Enemy Anemones, Pufferfish, and Cookiecutter Sharks.
Episodes written: Art Museum, Marching Band, and Ice Cream Truck.
Episodes written: Pirates, Cavemen, Scuba Divers, and Bakers.
Featured on Sesame Street.
Live-action musical show with puppets aired on Disney Channel.
Episodes written: Root’s Dadoots, Spritesgiving, Root of Passage.
Animated musical show for young viewers airing on Nickelodeon.
Episodes written: Journey to the Center of the Earth, Fairytale Paperboy.
Live action Disney Channel show.
Episodes written: Thinkin’ Lincoln, Wonderful Words, It’s Mother’s Day.
A Sesame Workshop show broadcast overseas that uses puppets and human characters to teach English.
Cartoon created by Curious Pictures aired on Cartoon Network.
Episode written: Operation: C.A.K.E.D.-T.H.R.E.E. (a thousand baby chicks fall in love with Numbah One). Contributed story for: Operation: B.U.T.T. (Numbah One is blackmailed by means of revealing beach photo).
Children’s show created by Lancit Media, broadcast on PBS.
Episode written: On the Day You were Born.
Nominated for a 1997-1998 Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Writing in a Children’s Series.
Head writer for Comedy Central show hosted by Marc Maron. Wrote scripts for 30 episodes, including an episode for guest host Leslie Nielson.
Scripts for geography game show Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego and its sequel, history game show Where in Time is Carmen Sandiego, produced by WGBH/WQED and aired on PBS.
Home video Wonders Down Under written with John Ten Eyck, narrated by Dudley Moore. Scripts for National Geographic Explorer Journal aired on TBS.
Host narration for History Channel children’s show Year by Year for Kids.