I’m a working writer. That’s meant travelling in many genres. It started with a Writer/Creative Director job at a global ad agency, working on Nintendo and Disney, and producing over 1,000 commercials to international acclaim. Then the interactive bug hit, and a run with Monster.com as Director of Product and Content Development. Leading an awesome team of journalists, writers, designers and product people, we developed a content-driven site and program that tripled unique visits and re-established a network with 10 Million active members. After Monster, a start-up, JellyVideo, built a User Generated Video platform to create compelling stories for Dell and Microsoft. On the entertainment side, there’s been a staff writing gig on an Emmy-winning kids show, writer/producer on an indie festival comedy, a web-animation series for LEGO.com, and a hit web series.
And now this: a blog about the how-to and how-come from all the writers I’ve met along the way. Read about the Writing for Fame and Fortune project and thanks for hitting the RSS feed or reading what you like.
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