Past Projects.

I’m almost famous

Using my imagination has been my bread and butter since I was a young boy, pretending to be a Jedi. I’m fortunate enough to turn my imagination into something productive, writing for myself.

Writing for businesses big and small is only half the story. From literary theory to electric cars and Star Wars (duh), I don’t hold back when it comes to writing for fun.

I’m thrilled to have had my work spotlit on The Startup and featured on many of Medium’s different channels. I write so other can enjoy what I write. It makes me want to write more.

I’m also followed by at least six verified accounts on Twitter.

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I take after my idols – Douglas Adams, John Cleese, Obi Wan Kenobi, and Will Smith. This varying cast of fictional and non-fictional characters all have two things in common: They’re all taller than me, and they’re all dedicated to refining what they do best.

Some of what you’ve read have picked up particular interest in Medium’s The Startup, as well as several tech-tangential channels. Dive back in again to read my most popular articles.

Partnerships

I’ve got enough words to go around. My work has included copywriting and content writing for clients big and small. I’ve worked in healthcare, consumer tech, local policy, food/beverage, and arts/education over the years. Below are the clients I’ve worked on. Click on them to find out exactly what I’ve done.

How do you bring in new customers and change the old, stale eye doctor experience into something new and exciting? With a lot of bright colors, blogs, and style. Have you ever seen larger-than-life Burning Man art and wonder how they did it? Well, they did it in a 35,000 sqft warehouse powered by a non-profit collective of artists.
How do you bring in new customers and change the old, stale eye doctor experience into something new and exciting? With a lot of bright colors, blogs, and style. Have you ever seen larger-than-life Burning Man art and wonder how they did it? Well, they did it in a 35,000 sqft warehouse powered by a non-profit collective of artists.