Feature stories, blog posts, conversational tone, humorous tone, news writing, copywriting
Baseball, Olympic weightlifting, powerlifting, CrossFit, conditioning, nutrition coaching, self-help and self-improvement.
Jonathan is a 2008 graduate of Union University in Jackson, Tenn. He immediately made an impact on the media program as a freshman, serving as color commentator for live basketball broadcasts, as well as multiples bylines in the campus newspaper, Cardinal & Cream. He wrote pieces involving the Memphis Redbirds and Memphis Grizzlies, and won the 2009 Southeastern Journalism Conference "Best Sportswriter" award.
Jonathan has worked in the local sports industry since 2008 at various television stations around the southeast and midwest. He has over a decade of experience transforming television scripts into informative, compelling longform online pieces. While some would simply copy and paste the TV script for post online, Jonathan would take the time to re-write the story in a format more suitable for the medium.
Jonathan maintains his own personal training website, where he routinely posts 1,000+ word pieces on timely and relevant fitness and nutrition topics of the day. Along with establishing a social media presence, he aims to educate and inform the public on health and fitness using a conversational, humorous tone.
As a small business owner, Jonathan operates his own website for his personal training business. Part of the website is an "articles" section, where he writes 1,000+ word blog posts routinely on the relevant fitness and exercise topics of the day. His style is conversational, humorous and engaging.
Jonathan has worked in the local television sports industry since 2008, and as part of that work, he has routinely posted print-version articles of television scripts and stories on news entity websites. Instead of simply copy and pasting the script that is read on TV, Jonathan would take the time to re-write each piece in a compelling, engaging style.