Tyler Moss

Cincinnati, OH USA

Professional Experience

As a professional editor and freelance writer, I've contributed to numerous national publications, covering everything from an American reality TV star turned Norwegian brewer, to the awkward position of being a "stay-at-home boyfriend" in today's economy, to why Lebron James is the NBA's anti-hero.


Content Editor (online)
2 Years
2 Years
4 Years


4 Years
2 Years
4 Years


Magazine - Local/Regional magazines
3 Years
Magazine - Large Consumer/National magazines
4 Years
Marketing (in-house) - Small to mid-sized corp. cl
2 Years

Total Media Industry Experience

5 Years

Media Client List (# assignments last 2 yrs)

F+W Media (10+), Cincinnati Magazine (6-10), Draft Magazine (3-5)

Other Work History

Other publications I've freelanced for include Outside Magazine, Playboy.com, Cosmopolitan Magazine, Mental_Floss, Livestrong.com, Salon.com and The Huffington Post.

Technical Skills

Video Editing (Premier, iMovie), Audio Editing (Audacity, Soundbooth),

Computer Skills

Microsoft Office programs, Adobe Creative Suite programs, iMovie, HTML, Wordpress, Audacity, GoToWebinar, ExactTarget, Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, Instagram, Pinterest


Laptop, digital camera, audio recorder, HD digital handheld videocamera, lapel microphone



Travel piece for Playboy.com documenting a day of bourbon drinking and sight seeing in the Bluegrass State.
Feature story (3-pages in print magazine) about how a Portland, Ore. guitar shop employee went from reality TV star to Norway's next craft brewer.
An expository piece reflecting on my personal unemployment. Offers cultural commentary on the poor career landscape for young liberal arts graduates, while highlighting the importance of relationships during these difficult times.
Tongue-in-cheek exploration of the erroneous myth that packs of lemmings run off of cliffs to commit mass suicide, and how it has evolved into a cultural colloquialism .
A thought-provoking, humorous piece on why Lebron James is a necessary villain in the NBA.
Article published in the April 2014 issue of Outside about breweries that are making beers out of naturally foraged ingredients.