Hat: Stussy. "I like that this hat is all purpose; it's not related to a sports team or anything. I guess it could represent 'Stevens' though."

Hat: Stussy. “I like that this hat is all purpose; it's not related to a sports team or anything. I guess it could represent ‘Stevens’ though.”

Glasses: Ray-Ban. “I used to get teased for wearing glasses, so I decided to get a really nice pair that I liked so I could feel better about it. I wanted another pair of Ray-Bans, but the sales guy basically told me my eyesight was too shitty for the frames I wanted. I thought glasses technology had advanced enough to get any lenses in any frames, but I got stuck with these.”

Flannel shirt: H&M. “I've found out that a flannel shirt is part of the ‘comedian’ uniform.”

T-Shirt: Hot Topic. “This is a wanted poster of Harry Potter from the last movie. Shit went all to hell and Voldemort was running everything, so he was looking for Harry. I've been really into ‘Harry Potter’ since I was 10. At one point, I was actually afraid I'd die before the last book came out.”

Buttons: Miscellaneous. “My buttons are from the Columbus Comedy festival, and Actual Brewing. I like the design of them, and I like to represent the Columbus comedy scene.”

Pants: H&M. “These pants are comfortable and fit my body really well. I'm a thin guy, and I used to wear really baggy clothes; I looked ridiculous so I had to change it up.”

Shoes: Jordans. “I used to be a huge sneaker head. I've always liked Jordans, and this particular pair are kind of funky with the burgundy and yellow.”

Style Icons: College Dropout-era Kanye West and friend Mike Anderson. “Mike is a fashionable guy, and I've picked some tips and tricks up from him along the way.”

Personal style: “Super casual and comfortable. The goal in comedy is to be comfortable on stage; being comfortable in your clothing is part of that.”

Photo by Meghan Ralston