Heavy equipment and construction subjects. Historical subjects. Columns. Fiction.
He enjoys writing and immerses himself in whatever subject is assigned, so his interests are as wide-ranging as his opportunities to explore them.
Journalism school was less interesting than actually practicing the craft so schooling was truncated and the profession entered without completion of a degree.
Construction projects, professionals, equipment and dealers have all been profiled over the last dozen years of working with print and online industry publications. Subjects have ranged from Iraqi heavy contractors to Oklahoma frackers to post-9/11 demolition in New York City to Canadian ground-penetrating radar work.
Over four years, writing and editing the language of a private investment entrepreneur's financial products ranged from promoting casinos, ad agencies and a tea company in Macau to tutoring students in an academic writing company in Taiwan and selling investors on aquatic farms in an emerging Myanmar.
Blog posts and other online content have been wide-ranging during the last decade with posts ranging from a motorcycle museum and tourist hotel reviews to DIY home and property repairs to cultural attractions in Asian countries to political observations for a Florida insurance company.
An author in Florida needed content edited, a former air traffic controller in California needed a book ghostwritten (and a movie script created), and a middle-grades historical novel about an orphan train child begged to be written. All the projects were accomplished.