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"Everything can be going well, but if I'm not writing, I'm not happy. When I'm writing well, I'm like a different person."

The written word is primarily how I enter the world - be it in a well-crafted press release, inspiring remarks for the crowd, or even 500 words of utter nonsense with no purpose beyond drawing a chuckle. I can adopt any tone or style - I have experience ghost- and speechwriting for leadership, long-lead feature writing, product reviews, humor, and... just about anything else that calls for words to be strung together.

Here are a few sample  pieces - I do hope you enjoy them, and I invite you to contact me with any questions.

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‘Kind words and chaos.’ What Jeff Goldblum learned at Middle Georgia State University

Press Release

Written as a press release promoting Middle Georgia State University's appearance in an episode of "The World According to Jeff Goldblum."  Published as issued by the Macon Telegraph.

Small Plane

Taking Flight


Long-lead feature piece discussing the aviation program at Middle Georgia State University

Image by Clarisse Meyer

Ebenezer Hall: Digging Into One Of MGA's Historical Treasures


A short feature about the history of Ebenezer Hall - a structure dating back to 1890, serving many various iterations of the school that today operates as Middle Georgia State University

Image by Sara Cervera

Go Away, I'm Eating Pretzels

Product Review

A review of then-newcomer to the snack food market, Georgia-based Knotty Pretzels.  Written for the now-defunct Peach State Ale Trail website.

Image by Robert Ruggiero

The History of the Ancient Order of Langhorne Golfers


A lighthearted, absurd piece - the imaginary history of a very real golf tournament, sponsored by a local club of bourbon fanciers.

Typewriter Keys


I am also proficient in adopting the particular style and cadence of other writers - please contact me to find out more about my writing for others and how I can provide you with quality content that is ready for publication over the person of your choice's signature.

Writing: Work
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