About

I had to start a blog because my partner Albert, who I adore but who rarely stops speaking, interrupts my stories. Now he can’t. We live in Hollywood in a 1920’s California bungalow, which we lovingly restored, and share with our two cats, Rufus and The Rat.

I was born and raised in Cincinnati, Ohio, where my family still resides, and have a bachelor’s degree in design from the University of Cincinnati/DAAP. I have also lived in New York City, Boston, and San Francisco before settling in Los Angeles. I am currently working as an art director and writer, and have also been a professional singer and actor. Feel free to offer me money to do any of these things for you.

OutLikeaLamb.com was born as a way to connect with my family and friends across the country. It is also intended to be a source for anyone visiting or living in Los Angeles, looking to have some fun. In it, you will find reviews of restaurants, theater, concerts, art openings and much much more. From The Hollywood Bowl to Burning Man and all the clubs in between, and sometimes just as far as the couch, I’m taking you along.

The name of my website comes from the weather change during the month of March: In Like a Lion, Out Like a Lamb. The month begins with the cold days of winter and ends with the warm days of spring. I’m using the phrase in more general terms for change, because if we’re not changing, we’re not growing, and if we’re not growing, we’re dying…and we don’t want that. I’m also using the name because I’m both Out as in gay and Out in Hollywood and my last name begins with Lamb, so it makes sense to me.

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