Jeffery Rudell is a paper stylist, which means he makes beautiful and strange and sometimes unexpected things out of paper. In New York (but almost no place else) this is an actual job. His work has been featured at Tiffany and Company, The New York Botanical Garden, and in the pages of Elle Decor, Good Housekeeping, Brides, and in the best-selling book Paper Blooms. As a writer his work has been featured NPR’s All Things Considered, and on stage at The New York Public Library, The Long Wharf Theater in New Haven, CT, The Players Club in NY, The Newseum in Washington, DC, and the National Storytelling Tour. He’s a former Grand Slam Champion at Board Member (Emeritus) at The Moth. His stories are featured on the recordings The Moth: Audience Favorites, Vol. 1, and The Best ‘Love Hurts’ Stories from The Moth (iTunes). In 2005 he was a candidate on the NBC show, The Apprentice: Martha Stewart. He did not win. He lives in New York City and Ocean Grove N.J.