Milo began his love affair with dialogue reading all things Hemingway as a teen. Short stories were written. Prose made succinct, if not invisible. Inevitably this predilection for dialogue lead to playwriting.
In college he came out word-guns-a-blazing and won the Rocky Mountain Theater Award for playwriting. He garnered a couple of nods from the Kennedy Center’s American College Theater Festival. After that, Milo continued writing plays, screenplays, and anything to do with dialogue. He pays for his artistic passion in the trenches doing advertising copy, and other noble word-slinging work.
His most recent plays have been produced in the Pacific Northwest with award winning adaptations of Pinocchio, Snow White, and a bilingual adaptation of Zorro for which he won an "original script" drammy and the national Parents Choice Award. He lives outside of Seattle, Washington with his wife and 3 children. When he reads to his children at night, he often reads aloud only the dialogue. The kids don’t notice.