Mark's specialties include adaptability to genre, audience awareness, broad knowledge of grammar/syntax, in-depth research of various topics, distilling complex information into easy-to-read deliverables, and a creative perspective that adheres to common practices in writing. Mark's specialties continue to grow as their experience does.
Mark's interests are literature, technology, digital media, animation, gaming, public health, and accessible education.
Mark's degree also includes an Associates Degree in Arts, Research Distinction, and a Minor in Professional Writing.
Mark's focus in Narrative Theory applies not just to typical fiction writing but also to non-fiction, social media, and business narrative.
Narrative is in everything we view as audiences of writing or digital media. So, narrative theory examines the strategies, practices, and effects of storytelling in the world more generally.
Mark was a writing intern for WCBE Radio while working towards a professional writing minor. In this position, they mastered brand voice while writing for social, email, and on-air promotion. While there, Mark joined Dr. Skinner as an Assistant Producer for the Prognosis Ohio podcast.
Mark is well equipped to tutor students on a variety of writing genres since their time as a Writing Consultant for the Ohio State University Writing Center.
Mark has most previously worked in the hospitality industry--quickly moving up from entry-level to Kitchen Manager.
Mark has developed their skills in producing blog posts and episode descriptions for a podcast.
Mark has contributed a variety of radio spots for promotional materials.
Mark has produced numerous email marketing copies for radio station promotion.
Mark has completed 2 conference presentations during their time in college. One for the writing center at the East Central Writing Center Association (ECWCA) and the Popular Culture Association (PCA).