Ed earned an M.A. in Theatre Arts from San Diego State University, where he specialized in playwriting and directing. He interned at La Jolla Playhouse and The Globe Theater. His play After, a post-9/11 story, received the Kennedy Center’s 2005 David Mark Cohen Playwriting Award.
Ed’s work has been produced in New York City, Provincetown, St. Petersburg and San Diego and has received honors at the George R. Kernodle Playwriting Contest, Attic Theatre’s One Act Marathon, Kennedy Center Ten-Minute Play Competition, Last Frontier Theatre Conference, Association for Theatre in Higher Education, Actors Theatre New Works Festival, American Theatre Co-op, Valencia Character Company, Orlando-UCF Shakespeare Festival, Hidden River Arts Playwriting Award, Ashland New Plays Festival and Bay Area Playwrights Festival.
Ed currently splits his time between New York City and St. Petersburg, FL.