I wrote print, mobile and web copy for The Walt Disney Company.
My main project was writing and sourcing all content for the entire Adventures by Disney web page as part of a complete brand refresh.
Smaller projects included writing mobile copy for the Show Your Disney Side app and Disney's TouchID protocol, as well as authoring two company style guides.
While at Razorfish I wrote social media for @Adobe, @AdobeCreativeCloud and @AdobePR for a period of five months, from July 2015 to November 2015 across all major social networks: Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram and Google+.
While at Razorfish I wrote the CES 2016 page for Intel as well as the NUC product page and webpage content and email blasts to promote the television show America's Greatest Makers.
While at Razorfish I wrote and sourced all content for the Microsoft Trusted Cloud homepage.
Emails for One Medical to welcome new members.
My Twitter account. Jokes, wisdom, etc.
Examples of emails and web pages I have written for Intuit.
While at Razorfish I wrote the following pieces (and more) as part of an IoT-centered social media campaign for Qualcomm. Click on each to view the live post and accompanying Vine.
While at Razorfish I wrote a print and digital co-branding campaign covering social media, banners and print ads for the SquareEnix video game Just Cause 3 and Intel Core i7 processors and Intel Iris Pro graphics chips.
An example of some Chegg banner ads. I worked on several types of ads, web copy, socila media, brochures and more for Chegg, the #1 textbook rental company in the country.
While at HomeTheaterReview.com I wrote featured weekly articles, daily news stories, social media, designed ads for clients, ran monthly promotions and contests, and sourced and scheduled all content for the site.
I wrote all copy, defined metrics and designed the tasks and goals for the upcoming Element car tracking system from WayRay.
Articles I have written for LinkedIn. Click on each picture to read the entire piece.
Some of the articles I have written for Guff.com. Lots more here.
One of the short stories in my collection A Strange Thing, available now in bookstores nowhere.
My favorite of several ads I wrote and designed for Saranac.
As far as television shows go it's hard to beat The Twilight Zone. Every week Rod Serling was welcomed into millions of homes to spin a tale of eerie, supernatural suspense.
But after I watched the 156 official episodes over and over again I wished there was MORE of the show I loved. So I wrote more.
This teleplay is about what happens when a battle-weary general leads his men into a bloody fight and is the only one who survives. Or does he?
A children's book that is not for children. Read to find out why.