Writing, research, creative, analysis.
History, literature, film, TV, music, politics, international affairs, sports.
Winston graduated from the prestigious George Mason University in 2009 after four years of rigorous study. Though he started with aspirations of a history or international affairs degree his attention switched to marketing after watching Mad Men. Always an excellent writer, marketing allowed Winston to exercise his creative abilities in a field ruptured by exciting new technologies and job offers. He specialized in internet marketing - enthralled as he was by this daring new medium and the changes it sent rippling through society.
Winston has 6 years of experience writing content for the commercial real estate industry. Writing projects ranged from short blogs to detailed research reports. He thoroughly studied the industry to create honest, intelligent content which was distributed to 100,000's of people weekly. His research reports were cited throughout industry publications and reporters sought out his comments as an expert on the industry.
Winston has six years of experience writing weekly blogs concerning commercial real estate and tax policy. Blogs include such topics as news commentaries, interviews, research reports, white papers, event profiles and market analysis. Winston has successful experience meeting deadlines, inventing topics on short notice, planning out features in advance and finding relevant topics. His writing style is exemplified by an easy flexibility to switch between tones depending on the topic at hand. He also brings a wealth of outside knowledge and perspective in such areas as history, politics, literature, music and cinema. Above all he has a love of learning and an ability to drill to the center of each topic.
As Research Director, Winston has authored numerous white papers on a variety of subjects within the commercial real estate industry. His writing is clear, precise and easy to understand. He communicates the core principles of complicated subjects with an easily comprehensible style.