Joe is most proficient as a breaking news reporter, but he is also highly adept at authoring feature pieces and in-depth insight articles. He is also a very strong general writer with an eye for editing, writing copy and helping others further their own writing skills.
Joe is highly passionate about the mutual fund industry, a dedication which shows through in his reporting on the space. He is also very interested in the video game and tech sectors, and especially in independent game development. Joe pays a good deal of attention to his local community as well, frequently involving himself in local journalism efforts to help broaden his neighbors' understanding of current events.
As a journalism student at Seton Hall, Joe became familiar with the ins and outs of the news reporting industry. Across numerous internships in multiple states, he tuned both his hands-on reporting abilities and knowledge of behind-the-scenes operations. Ultimately those experiences landed him a reporting job right out of college, a role in which he draws daily upon the lessons he learned while in school.
Joe currently works as a reporter with 929 Media, covering breaking news and providing insight into the $16 trillion mutual fund industry. He writes both curated-content and originally-reported stories designed to help portfolio managers get a leg up on their competition and stay up-to-date on industry happenings.
Joe served as the mobile reviews editor for the Indie Game Magazine, a print and online publication providing breaking news and insight into the independent video game development scene. Mentoring his team of writers and producing original content of his own, Joe helped develop the publication into one of the world's leading indie game magazines.
As a freelance reporter with the Alternative Press of South Orange, Joe provided breaking news for New Jersey communities. His primary coverage areas included community events, local government plans and municipal court proceedings. Earning numerous rewards for excellence in local journalism, Joe helped to take the Alternative Press from a newcomer to the hyperlocal journalism scene to a critical news souce for thousands of Essex County residents.
Joe has extensive experience producing breaking news stories across multiple media. His primary coverage areas include the financial industry, local government and the video game industry.
Joe has written hundreds of articles for trade publications, primarily spanning the mutual fund and asset management industries.