Looking for captivating prose based on in-depth interviews and research? Broad experience in technology, sports, travel, medical writing, business and politics, personal essays, and in-depth analysis.
Content Editor (online)
Sports & Recreation
Magazine - Large Consumer/National magazines
PR (firm) - Fortune 1000 corp. clients
Total Media Industry Experience
Media Client List (# assignments last 2 yrs)
Nonprofit Technology News (4), TidBITS (Apple and Macintosh News) (1), Turner Broadcasting (1), Slate (1), Computers.net (4), ESPN (4), Durham Magazine (3), Chapel Hill Magazine (2), Consumers Digest (1), Endurance Magazine (1), Information Week (1), PCWorld/Macworld Content Works (1), 108 Magazine (4), Asylum.com (4), Macworld (4), MedTech Journal (4)
Corporate Client List (# assignments last 2 yrs)
Outer Banks Marathon (4), TD Waterhouse (2), Rhiza Labs (2), SciTech Publishing (1), U.S.A. Track & Field (1), The Coker Group (1)
Other Work History
The Progressive Physician (formerly MedTech Journal)
Nonprofit Technology News
ESPN.com (Sept. 2001-Aug. 2006)
Contributing Editor/Page 2 Columnist
SportsJones Magazine (1998-2001)
IBM (Nov. 1995Aug. 1997)
RTP, North Carolina
BYTE Magazine (Feb. 1987April 1988)
Associate News Editor
Other positions: Philadelphia Inquirer (sports intern); Princeton Packet (sports editor); USA Today (research consultant; Wisc. Public Radio (prod. asst.). Have also written for dozens of newspapers, magazines, Web sites, and newsletters.
Full time professor of journalism and mass communication (six years); also taught part time at UNC-CH and New School in NYC.
digital editing and audio production (spoken word); desktop publishing; multi-media blogging; "hidden Internet" or "deep Web" research
iPod, iPad, and Macintosh expert -- OS 10.7, Word, HTML, Excel, Audacity (sound editing), iMovie (video editing), and many other applications
high-end digital audio recorder, laptop, high-quality digital camera, broadband Internet, direct-to-digital phone recording, photocopier, fax, etc.