I've been a writer and editor, online and off, since the early 1990s. Some of the stuff I've worked on: -- Helped launch Wired's political website, Netizen, and the award-winning LIFE.com; worked at Time Inc. for a number of years and Condé Nast for a minute; was managing editor for the pioneering arts, tech, and culture 'zine, FEED. -- Contributor: New York Times, Independent (UK), Washington Post, Daily Beast, Smithsonian, CNN.com, Columbia Journalism Review, Los Angeles Review of Books, more. -- Branded content: Mini, Microsoft, Case Foundation, others. -- Books: Foreword to Joseph Szabo's collection of photos, "Hometown" (Damiani, 2020); biography of a remarkable businessman and inventor named Jim Miller, "Nothing Bad Ever Happens" (2017); anthologies "Covering the Bases" and "Gluttony," both published by Chronicle Books. -- Currently pursuing a master's degree in Information and Library Science (University at Buffalo) and contributing freelance work to the usual outlets.
+ View all
National Magazine Award / Editorial Excellence / Photography / Digital MediaAmerican Society of Magazine EditorsThe first incarnation of LIFE.com, where I was Deputy Editor, won the 2011 Ellie -- named for the metal Alexander Calder stabile "Elephant" that accompanies the award -- for "the use of photography that demonstrates the unique capabilities of digital media."