I began my tech writing career three years ago with smaller websites, and quickly moved up to my current position at PhoneArena. I have added value to the organizations I represent with my ability to quickly turn news into stories, or synthesize multiple stories and trends and create a well thought out analysis with the aim of giving readers knowledge and not just information.
I’m interested in continuing to expanding my professional career as a writer and editor, helping organizations reach audiences in new and valuable ways using new technologies and a unique voice.
I write mobile technology news articles daily, but my real passion is in analysis and commentary, so I have gathered a portfolio of my long-form columns from the various websites I've worked for on my personal website.
- Syracuse UniversityTV, Radio & Film, 1999 - 2003
- Concordia UniversityCreative Writing, 2004 - 2006
- Lake Placid High School1995 - 1999
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