Jason writes authoritatively on a number of subjects. However, cars, family life and sports are his go-to specialties.
Sports, the outdoors, technology and reading are just a few of Jason's hobbies when he is not writing.
There is only so much one can learn about writing. Having the depth of a frame of reference is much more valuable.
Jason's career path had seem to hit a bump in the road.
Jason worked as a sports writer for approximately three years out of college, covering everything from local high school sports to NCAA Division I basketball. If it is a sport, he has probably covered it, and considers sports writing his true wheelhouse.
Jason has written numerous paid projects for clients in the automotive industry. Different projects he has worked on include straight car reviews, blog posts about vehicle maintenance and repair for repair shops, and even geo-targeted SEO pieces to drive traffic to specific dealers. Jason also does much of his own car repair, giving him a depth of knowledge regarding the subject.
Jason has mainly written a number of blog posts for a client in the greater Northwest that runs a well drilling business. He has also taken on a member of the fenestration industry and a major home improvement dealer in the Atlanta area.
He has written a number of posts in the realm of outdoors and recreation, most notably for a company that markets protective helmets for baseball pitchers.
Experience in this realm has been limited, but Jason has written about issues in the medical industry pertaining to recent scientific developments, the medical equipment sales industry and even vision-related topics for senior citizens.
Jason has done a lot of work for a content marketing firm tied to apartment homes throughout the United States. It has been the bulk of his freelance writing experience.