Charles's specialties include blog posts, legal documents, press releases, and a strong adherence to the principles of objectivity in journalistic copy.
Charles is a proud eccentric with interests in numerous and varied topics. He particularly likes to focus on wildlife and environmental issues, science and technology, business, art, legal issues and current events. He is also obsessed with the art of storytelling and loves to keep up with new movies and television shows.
Charles attended his local community college on the NJ STARS scholarship while preparing to transfer to Rutgers where he later finished his full bachelor's degree.
While attending Rutgers University, Charles studied journalism and media with the School Of Communication and Information. He paid particular attention to new forms of media and the various effects that it can have on consumers. He also minored in psychology.
In his spare time, Charles volunteered with activist group "Water Watch," and worked alongside members of the related NJPIRG group. During his senior year, Charles interned as a production assistant with a local independent production company, Go Filmingo, on their film "Cold Blue Eternal."
Charles returned to Ocean County College in 2013 to learn about the particulars behind working as a paralegal. He learned how to conduct legal research, as well as creating legal memorandums, briefs and other industry specific documentation. He also was inducted into the Lambda Epsilon Chi (LEX) paralegal honor society.
Charles is a lifelong lover of nature and a regular hiker all over his home state of New Jersey. Growing up he was a member of the Boy Scouts of America where he learned an appreciation and understanding of nature, wildlife and self-sufficiency. He is well versed in camping, fishing, wildlife, plant identification, and of course the proper ways to stay safe while exploring the great outdoors.
Charles is at his best when writing to a relaxed audience. He is a thorough researcher who enjoys learning about new topics for learning's sake, and is happy to share this knowledge with others.