Hi. My name is Julia, and I'm a writer and humorist based between Los Angeles and Paris. I never studied writing... or humor, but I did graduate into a recession with a B.A. in politics and social theory from NYU's Gallatin School of Individualized Study. So, I guess comedy was somewhat of a natural progression.
I started my career doing stand-up. Actually, my first job was serving a sorry excuse for ice cream at the Tasti-D-Light near my NYU dorm. After college, I moved to Paris where I worked in fine art sales. Some of my other shorter-lived careers include chef, nanny, waitress, marketing assistant, catalogue model, and interior designer.
I found comedy like some people find Jesus in 2012. Five years later, I became a staff writer on truTV's Comedy Knockout. Before that, I was an Associate Producer and Writing Consultant on Problematic with Moshe Kasher (pilot), which was picked up by Comedy Central in 2016. I've also written for a number of digital print publications, including Vogue and Marie Claire. Think of me as Christiane Amanpour meets Carrie Bradshaw, but with even more dick jokes.
When I'm not writing for TV or the Internet, I write copy and develop content for brands and startups. Hire me! I probably need the job.
In June 2017, President Donald Trump blocked me on Twitter. It's the proudest I've ever made my mother.