Explanations of complex technology. Automotive comparisons and reports. Fiction for blogs.
Golf, cars, sports.
David has two Bachelor degrees; one in administration and another in journalism. He studied then formal and informal structure in a typical office or agency with an emphasis on correcting any faults.
David has written more than twenty consumer reports on cars from around the world and extensive explanations of how the parts of a car work; such as intake and exhaust systems, the rotary engine and transmissions.
David has been playing mmorg's and solo games for 15 years. His favorites are World of Warcraft, Guild Wars 2, Lord of the Rings, All Versions of Everquest and Age of Conan. He reads about gaming in magazines and blogs and enjoys sharing his views with others. He finds the world of gaming a good distraction from the pressures of everyday life.
Although he has no work history in writing for gaming publications, he would be a great fit for a startup company. He would bring a new voice and viewpoint to every project he takes on. He has enthusiasm and commitment, a vital component to a successful job.
David wrote 405 non-fiction reports for various clients. The subjects ranged from reports on The Kentucky Rifle in the Revolutionary War to a critique on the Dust Devil UD70095. He wrote an reports on a comparison of the Camaro ZL1 and the Mustang Shelby GT500, Super Slow Weightlifting and Morality in Executive Management.
He is proud of the fact that he never missed a deadline. The reports had to be accepted by an editor and the client. Over ninety five percent of his reports were accepted without change. He continues this commitment to perfection on his current projects.
David has degrees in Administration and Journalism and brings the rigors of both to his current projects.