I began telling stories sometime around the age of seven, when I would create fantastic scenarios for my LEGO toys to participate in. That evolved over time until I began to put those stories on the page, first as fiction, then as essays, and finally, as paid work.

I learned to weave words together, connecting them in the same way I did the LEGO bricks I played with as a child. My first clients paid little but taught much. Now I work for businesses both large and small, magazines, newspapers, and more.

I help people tell better stories. Whether it’s a revolutionary product that needs a gripping press release to generate buzz or a story that deserves to grace the feature pages of a magazine, I can write it.

White papers. Case studies. Content marketing. Article writing. I’ve done it all, and done it well.

Here’s a link to my portfolio.


Let’s talk.


Now, a bit more personal bio…

I like to think of myself as a cross between Neal Caffrey and the David Tennant.

Suave and hardworking most of the time, but a complete goofball at others.

It’s not at all uncommon to find me kicked back on the couch, controller in hand, fragging anyone who comes near my flag on Halo. At other times, you’ll find me in the kitchen, experimenting with pancakes and coffee brews to create the perfect breakfast.

Sometimes I may just be playing with LEGO. I’m a kid at heart, and I try to keep that same sense of fun throughout every aspect of life. It’s just too short to be serious all the time.

I’m a big fan of art, particularly post-Impressionism. I spent a huge part of my time abroad exploring art galleries and museums.

I’m an eternal optimist. I think this planet is a beautiful place despite the bad parts, and I think that we’ll be just fine in the end.

I’m also notoriously bad when it comes to writing about myself. It’s almost too difficult to sum up an entire person and personality in just a few lines.

So let me say it like this: I like to write about fantastic places and distant lands, impossible scenarios and adventures that keep you on your toes — and I hope you enjoy reading them.