I'm a writer. It's not more complicated than that. At first I was a print journalist and TV news writer. I segued to nonfiction television, becoming a producer who wrote his own shows. Eventually, as a supervising producer on three series, l took on many other responsibilities, while still writing or rewriting show scripts. My work has aired worldwide on E! (where I spent eleven years on staff), DirecTV, TV Guide Net, Food Network, Travel Channel and other outlets. I've produced specials for Joan Rivers, directed field shoots everywhere, from the middle of Times Square to the crusted cap of an active Hawaiian volcano. Over the years, I have interviewed a couple thousand people, from powerful A-list celebrities to everyday folks. I loved every minute of it. Well, most every minute. On the web, I blogged for about five years (through 2012) about classic film and pop culture on the fondly remembered Suite 101, a site that exists now only in memory--unless the newest owners (they call it "suite.io" now) ever get it together and re-launch with a reasonable number of my 140-plus posts intact. (Good thing I saved copies of everything.) More recently I've turned author and book editor. My heavy edit (a total rewrite, actually) of a first-time author's crude manuscript produced a New York Times bestseller, "Sgt. Reckless: America's War Horse." In 2015, a nutritionist and I published "Eat Clean, Eat Safe: Dodging Food Dangers and Learning to Shop for, Prepare and Love Healthful Meals, Anytime, Anywhere!" I wrote in its entirety this upbeat, fun look at the basics of food safety; my nutritionist-partner suggested chapter topics and provided some of the research. While at E!, I specialized in biographical TV programming. As an author, I parlayed those storytelling skills into a second career ghostwriting others' memoirs. Sadly, nondisclosure agreements preclude me from offering many details, although I could provide some brief redacted samples so you can get a taste of what I do. As a freelancer, I've also written and produced corporate videos, written PR and radio news, and handled many miscellaneous writing assignments. Of course, writing styles necessarily differ from medium to medium. I'm extremely adaptable to whichever arena I happen to be working in. In general, scripts require a more conversational style. Book manuscripts, print news and other venues, however, often call for a more formal style and tone. I work fast and smart. I absolutely love what I do and I think you can see that in the finished product. As you assess your project's needs, I hope you'll keep me in mind. I'm a professional with more than thirty years experience and I won't disappoint.