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Crazy as it sounds, my first paid writing gig was when I was 12 years-old. I wrote marketing letters for my dad's insurance agency. I'm now in my mid-50s, he's in his mid-70s. He's still using some of those letters. And so is the very neighborly insurance company he... and I now represent.

As the years passed, some rather remarkable opportunities have come my way, which have given me a vast skill set and experience base. I've written for CEOs of four Fortune 50 companies and three political figures on the national stage. In video, I've done well over 500 documentary pieces, and tons of television advertising, including a few that appeared during football's biggest game.


Even with that breadth of experience, my favorite project is always that NEXT one. I guess that's the way it goes when you love what you do. 



A storied past

I have a confession to make. I just don't like the word 'freelance.' Words have both meaning and sound. And to my ear, freelance sounds like 'fly-by-night,'  or somehow less committed to either your work or their craft. Would you hire a 'freelance dentist?' There, I said it. Thanks. I feel much better.



Freelance vs. Unaffiliated

  • documentary scripts

  • commercial ad scripts

  • executive speechwriting

  • corporate communications

  • political speechwriting

  • not-for-profit / grant writing

  • plain language (PLAID)

  • journalistic reporting

  • brand voice development

  • web content / blog copy



Let's get to work.
We have a story to tell.


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