Spenser is an award-winning playwright, new-play director and filmmaker currently working and living in Chicago. He's also a huge fan of Olive Garden. It's his sanctuary. Last Christmas, he got $250 in gift cards to OG. That is not a joke.

He's the Director of Programming for Broken Nose Theatre, a prominent Pay-What-You-Can theatre company in Chicago and the 2018 recipient of the Emerging Theatre Award given out by the League of Chicago Theatres and Broadway in Chicago. He’s also an ensemble member of The Factory Theater, one of the city’s oldest homes for brand plays and musicals.

Last season, he directed Michael Perlman’s At The Table, which won four Joseph Jefferson Awards (including Best Production/Play and Best Director/Play), the TimeOut Chicago Award for Best Ensemble, sold out its entire original run and a twice-extended remount this past Summer. Also at BNT, he has directed Perlman’s From White Plains, Elise Spoerlein’s A Phase, several editions of Bechdel Fest, and his own play Plainclothes (alongside Kanome Jones). Other directing credits include The Adventures of Spirit Force Five at The Factory Theater; Bachelorette at Level 11 Theatre; numerous editions of the One Minute Play Festival; as well as work with American Blues Theatre, ATC, Strawdog, Otherworld, Mary-Arrchie, First Floor, and Pride Films and Plays, among others. Assistant directing credits include Pilgrim’s Progress and 3C at A Red Orchid, as well as Divine Sister at Hell in a Handbag, all with Shade Murray.

His plays include Plainclothes, which recently had its critically acclaimed World Premiere at Broken Nose Theatre. He’s a past winner of Scotland’s Solas Festival, a finalist for the Actor Theater of Louisville’s Heideman Award, and his first full-length play Merge, about the rise and fall of the video game company Atari, closed The New Colony’s eighth season. His short plays have been produced across the country and in Canada and have been published by Smith & Kraus New York.

He co-created the short-form comedy series SQUID with his sister Sydney Davis Jr. Jr., and its first five episodes are now available on Amazon Prime.

He is currently seeking representation.