Writer, Photographer, Filmmaker, Anxious
Scott Neumyer is a writer, photographer, and filmmaker who has been published by The New York Times, Rolling Stone, Wall Street Journal, Sports Illustrated, ESPN, GQ, Esquire, Wired, Men’s Fitness, and many more publications. He is a contributor to the anthology Life Inside My Mind: 31 Authors Share Their Personal Struggles, which Simon Pulse published in 2018.
He is also the creator and host of the popular Anxiety Diaries Podcast.
He lives in central New Jersey with his wife, two daughters, and two cats. You can find his work at scottwrites.com
He is represented by Josh Getzler of HSG Agency.
We found Adventure Time several seasons in. When the groundbreaking series, created by Pendleton Ward, premiered in 2010, my daughter Skylar was only one year old. At that point, the only shows she watched religiously were Sesame Street, Wonder Pets, and Baby Einstein. One-year-olds aren’t usually thinking about the intricacies of animation, emotional storylines, and nuanced cultural references. They just want to see pretty colors and hear a lot of singing.