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September 12, 2017

I have the best clients. It’s great to work with a team who makes my words jump off the page.

“We’re on set and recording your script – great job! It’s all going well and the script is strong.” -Corporate Producer


September 6, 2017

September is off and running. While I wait for the launch of my latest website copy project, I’m working on a script for a corporate client, three articles and a custom content campaign.


September 1, 2017

My article on the evolution of glass houses for Sotheby’s Magazine. Glass homes may not be for everyone but for architect Thomas Roszak it’s the only way to live.


August 1, 2017

In the second of two articles in which I was featured on Voices.com, the leading website for voice actors, I weigh in on what goes into freelance writer rates and why they can vary so widely.


July 19, 2017

Thank you, VOICES.com, for featuring me in your scriptwriting article on breathing life into dry subjects: “Writing an Educational Script? Tips from a New York Emmy Award-Winning Scriptwriter.”

 


June 28, 2017

June is almost over and I haven’t left my desk much. It’s been a productive month. I’m working on or finishing up content for four websites, two scripts, six articles and a series of corporate positioning statements.


June 9, 2017

Got a midweek shot of writing inspiration listening to Anna Quindlen.


May 30, 2017

Over the last few years, I’ve referenced Guggenheim Museum Bilbao–the building many consider the most influential work of modern architecture–in probably a half dozen articles on architecture and design. Seeing it in person last week was a thrill.


March 31, 2017

Just completed a core values document for a leader in the global tourism industry. Very satisfying to have a hand in articulating a company’s culture, vision and mission.

“I can say that you’ve really hit the nail on the head. Thank you! I am excited about our Core Values and I am very happy with your work. Job well done!”   – CEO


March 30, 2017

Missing spleens, jockstrap checks, George Carlin’s drug bust and Margaret Thatcher’s electric baths. After leading a workshop on personal essay writing at the 3rd annual Long Island LitFest, I got to sit back and relax listening to incredible stories from the likes of Dave Barry, Gail Sheehy, Alan Zweibel, Bill Scheft, Steven Gaines, Kelly Carlin and Barry Dougherty.