Jeffrey has over 15 years of teaching and professional directing experience. He is the founder and Artistic Director of the S.O.B. Theatre Company and The Mechanical Heart. Jeffrey has worked professionally with established theatre companies in Los Angeles and San Diego, including The Mark Taper Forum, The Old Globe, La Jolla Playhouse, Independent Shakespeare Company, Chalk Repertory Theatre and the Road Theatre Company.
Jeffrey is the founder and Artistic Director of the Sons of Beckett Theatre Company
where he directed WAITING FOR GODOT, a Vaudeville Musical version of OEDIPUS THE KING and the West-Coast premiere of Gao Xingjian’s THE OTHER SHORE. Recently, Jeffrey devised and directed THE CONSERVATION CONVERSATION, a clown show that traveled to over twenty elementary schools teaching children about
recycling and water conservation. He also created and directed the original Play #HASHTAG for the Hollywood Fringe Festival and co-directed GALLERY SECRETS, a site specific play celebrating the Centennial of the Natural History Museum of
Los Angeles County and BRIGHT SWORDS, a one man show about Ira Aldridge, the first black actor to play Othello in London.
He currently lives in Los Angeles, California where he directs and teaches theatre at Antelope Valley College, College of the Canyons and works as a Free-Lance Director.