Below you'll find artifacts from an adventurous career in communications that spans years, industries, styles, and media. Most of this work I did for money; some of it was labor of love. If you are bringing about positive change in the world, I would like to team up with you.
Corporate Comms & PSAs
Internal and external, B-toB and consumer, digital and print; I've done it all.
I wrote and produced hundreds of spots for radio and TV back in the day. Here are a couple scripts that survived, and more recent videos I shot, wrote, narrated, and edited myself. The message in these videos is more valuable than any that came before, but the production value reflects the budget ($0).
When I'm passionate about something (such as expoising sex trafficking of children under the guise of massage therapy or helping to heal veterans with PTSD), I want to get the word out. Massage & Bodywork Magazine goes out to more than 800,000 licensed therapists nation-wide. Each of these articles created a ripple effect throughout the industry and earned me an award from the American Massage Therapy Association. The series of articles in the human trafficking issue I prompted also earned the publication a Folio award for editorial excellence.
I loved documenting my client's family business—from its humble beginnings in 1928 to is present global success—in the form of a hardcover keepsake. And I occasionally make appearances at bookstores and wellness conferences to read from my own memoir and share my personal expansion. I'm very versatile.