David Frey

Gaithersburg, MD USA
Website: http://www.davidfrey.me

Professional Experience

I bring 20 years of experience as an award-winning journalist. In an ever-changing media landscape, I write and edit for newspapers, magazines, radio, video, wire services, online publications and corporate clients. My work ranges from elephant poachers to Senate hearings and has appeared across the country from the Boston Globe to the Los Angeles Times.


Content Editor (online)
13 Years
16 Years
20 Years


Business (general)
20 Years
Environment & Nature
20 Years
9 Years


Magazine - Local/Regional magazines
13 Years
Newspaper - Local/Regional
20 Years
Online/new media
13 Years

Total Media Industry Experience

20 Years

Media Client List (# assignments last 2 yrs)

Denver Post (10+), NewWest.Net (10+), San Francisco Chronicle (3-5), Aspen Public Radio (10+), Christian Science Monitor (3-5), Bethesda Magazine (1-2), Washington City Paper (1-2)

Corporate Client List (# assignments last 2 yrs)

Locomotion Creative (10+), Hyatt (1-2), Colorado Mountain College (10+), UMC.org (3-5), Journal Communications (3-5), Booz Allen Hamilton (1-2)

Other Work History

Washington correspondent, Aspen Public Radio; Aspen editor, NewWest.Net; correspondent, Aspen Daily News; Newsman, Associated Press; Editor, Glenwood Post

Technical Skills

Writing. Editing. Photography. Radio production. Multimedia journalism.

Foreign Language Skills


Computer Skills

Word, Excel, PhotoShop, Quark, Dreamweaver


Laptop. Nikon D40x digital SLR. Zoom H2 digital recorder.


I'd be happy to provide many references upon request.


Society of Professional Journalists.



For many backcountry skiers, risk is part of a dangerous cocktail.
Authorities are not saying what killed the two-year-old wolf or whether foul play was involved. While her death remains a mystery, though, her travels in the months before are unusually well known. They were tracked by satellites that followed her every step.
Celebrated documentary filmmaker Ken Burns worries about declining interest in national parks from children and their parents more plugged into iPods and Xboxes than nature.