People are needy creatures. They want to be informed, entertained, educated, and inspired — often simultaneously. I leverage my diverse background (which includes communications experience at a large chamber of commerce and a stint as a corporate marketer) to craft compelling copy that’s tailored to whatever style, story or situation may arise.
When I’m not working, I’m likely outdoors (weather permitting). Whether it’s camping, biking a local path, wandering a nearby forest preserve, puttering around my garden, fishing up in Canada’s far north, or hiking in the wilderness of a national park, I have a constant itch to stay active and explore new places. And I enjoy scratching that itch.
If I’m not outside, you’ll probably find me reading the newspaper (yes, the print paper — I’m a 70-year-old man stuck in a 30-something’s body) or blogging about Chicagoland’s craft beer scene.
At TZO, every day and every project is a little bit different, and I wouldn’t have it any other way.