Faculty Bios

We proudly offer the bios of our accomplished teachers.

Tom Brennan is a comedian, writer, producer, comic book editor, and blogger who has worked for Marvel Comics, Disney, Dynamic Forces and CBS News. He produces the hit political debate show Electoral Dysfunction every week at The Peoples Improv Theater in Manhattan. He has taught at Drexel University’s Antoinette Westphal College of Media Arts and Design and 826 NYC. He holds a BA from Drexel University. 

Kim Brittingham is the author of the memoir Read My Hips (Three River Press) and Write That Memoir Right Now (AudioGo). She blogs on her website Kim Brittingham. She has published nonfiction at Salon, iVillage, and Fresh Yarn, and she was the founder of Café Eighties magazine.

Mo Krochmal is the executive editor and founder of Social Media News NY. He was a founding producer for The New York Times website, senior editor of GenomeWeb, executive producer of Nassau News Live and New York editor for TechWeb. He has written for United Press International, The New York Times, the Danbury News-Times, the Wilson Daily Times, and the Washington Daily News, among others. He is the vice president of the New York City chapter of the National Association of Hispanic Journalists.  He has taught for Hofstra University and the Graduate School of Journalism at Columbia University. He holds a BA from North Carolina State University and an MS from Columbia University. 

Josh Sippie is Gotham’s director of contests and conferences, as well as a teacher. His creative writing has appeared in McSweeney’s Internet Tendency, Hobart and Robot Butt. He has also spent time as an editor and a literary assistant, and is a part-time sports writer, with work appearing in the Guardian, CBS, Fox Sports and FourFourTwo. He holds a BA in History and English from the University of Central Missouri.

David Title is a Creative Director at Bravo Media, Inc and the head of New Media for Crossroads Films in New York City. He develops and produces original web series for such organizations as My Space and Comedy Central, and he writes the blog My Media Musings that covers issues in new media and the digital age. He has also served as head of development at Crossroads, working on such independent films as Snow Angels and A Love Song for Bobby Long.