I write and edit frequently on a wide variety of topics and in a wide range of styles: fiction, memoir, essays, film and tv.
The topics include finding meaning, innovation, emerging technology, travel, and a variety of personal essays on topics like intuition and connection. Sometimes these are serious and sometimes they are funny. Go figure. I don't like boxes.
A few stories that highlight my writing style and way of thinking include:
The New Yorker, "The Pickleball Gangs of New York"
Salon,"Silicon Valley has been quietly selling ineffective tech "solutions" to police departments"
Popular Mechanics, "Giving Your FaceApp Selfie to Russians Is a Really Bad Idea"
Boston Globe, "Trump’s US Space Command will bring Earth’s battlefields to the stars"
Apartment Therapy, "I Tried Everything to Buy a House as a Freelancer — Nothing Worked"
The Riveter, "My Brain was Damaged. Making Art Helped."
Fodor's, Why Hiking the World’s Most Dangerous Volcano Should Be on Your Post-COVID Bucket List
Occasionally I appear on TV or podcasts to speak about my writing, work and ideas.
I'm currently working on my first novel.
I've just finished Concussed, a memoir about how breaking my brain allowed me to fix my heart.
I write personal essays and reported pieces on a wide range of topics.
I've recently completed a few comedic tv pilots with my writing partner and we are looking for a production partner.