I have a strong journalism and filmmaker background, so I apply storytelling and a bit of drama to everything I do.
My topic areas are varied, but many fall under the rubric of digital transformation. I write about blockchain, fintech, and AI. But I also write about the underpinnings of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, including technologies such as ADAS, cluster API, and RPA. My work is both B2B and B2C.
Under my own byline, I write about the literary scene, politics, New York City, and Portland. I have also edited the fiction of countless top writers, including five Nobel Laureates and countless Pulitzer Prize winners.
Who my clients are
The list is long: It includes CEOs and CTOs at blue-chip corporations such as VMware, IBM, SolarWinds, Samsung/HARMAN, and Mercedes-Benz—along with industry-defining startups such as Eccobee, Dashlane, and Plume.
I collaborate directly with clients to present their viewpoints clearly and cogently because I’m genuinely interested in what they have to say.
I’ve contributed to five books. The New York Times praised my work as a contributor to a travel anthology. My print work has been published in Time Out New York, Maxim, US Airways, Four Seasons, and elsewhere.
Still more about me
I’m a former Senior Editor at Guernica. For nearly 16 years, I edited the troubled stories before we posted them and helped “close” the issue, too. I find unknown writers and work with them. I supervise a staff of fiction readers and editors. I was actively involved in spearheading the evolution of Guernica’s design. I additionally attended conferences, forums, and Zoom panels for organizations such as the Brooklyn Book Festival, as I represented the journal.
As a fiction writer, I’ve been published in many journals, anthologized, and nominated for several awards, including Million Writers. I’ve also received various fiction-writing fellowships—most notably to the Bread Loaf Writers’ Conference and the Summer Literary Seminars in Russia.