I'm an award-winning writer, photographer and web person from Washington, DC.
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Murder in Ocean Hall
Don’t Mess Up My Block
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My novel Don’t Mess Up My Block has its first Amazon review! And it’s a good one: As someone who spent many years dealing with consultants, federal contractors, and federal employees …. this book rings all too true. The people, … Continue reading
Julianne Brienza I’ve done another interview for the Pink Line Project, this time with Julianne Brienza, Executive Director of the Capital Fringe Festival. I met Julianne several years ago, when Fringe was just starting out. It’s amazing and inspiring to … Continue reading
I’m going to be writing for the Pink Line Project. What’s Pink Line? Describing itself as “a catalyst for the culturally curious”, the site is a guide to DC’s art and cultural scene. If you’re looking to attend fun art … Continue reading
A Guide to the Recovering Job Market I’ve had the experience of looking for work during the worst economic periods of the last twenty years. As a recent college graduate, I passed out resumes during the post-Cold War sag of … Continue reading
Call me old-fashioned, but I think that one of life’s joys is to sit down with a good newspaper. Though I’m someone who’s spent a career working on web sites, there’s some really special about a quiet morning with a … Continue reading