Resume

2016 - Current

  • Full-time freelance writer and journalist.

 

  • Frequent contributor to publications like High Times, Time, Fortune, the Huffington Post, MSN.com, the Philadelphia Inquirer, the Chicago Tribune, the Seattle Times, and the Motley Fool, as well as to several awesome industry journals and trade publications.

2012 - 2016

Los Angeles

  • Contributor to lifestyle and entertainment entities like Showtime, Comedy Spot Nation, Listverse and the World Series of Comedy in Las Vegas. 

  • Guest blogger, content writer and ghostwriter contracted with prominent, fun and
    all-around awesome marketing and branding agencies like All Roads Media and The Get Smart Group.

2005 - 2012

National

  • The Gannett News Service: Was one of the youngest nationally distributed columnists for the largest newspaper syndicate in the country and the author of a weekly, award-winning (NJPA) column that was published hundreds of times in dozens of print and online publications in most states across the country.

New York City

  • amNewYork (Tribune Media): Wrote and reported features, assigned projects and hired, supervised and collaborated with a network of freelance writers as the Money Section editor for amNewYork (Tribune Media), the most widely distributed paper in Manhattan.
     

  • TheStreet.com: Worked as a freelance copyeditor for Jim Cramer’s financial industry icon in the heart of Wall Street, further cementing an already-strong background in business and technology writing.

2001 - 2005

Foundational Experience

  • The Daily Journal, Vineland, NJ: First job at small, but thriving daily community paper instilled the necessities of credibility, accuracy and accountability to readers. Realities of a lean staff required each member to learn every vantage point of the craft. Learned to collaborate with a diverse field of editors, artists, writers, managers and advertisers, each with their own unique perspectives.

Education

  • Hofstra University 

       Long Island, NY
       B.A. Journalism/History
       1999