I'm a reporter at Digiday and I have also written for Esquire, The Wall Street Journal, Deadspin, Rolling Stone, New York, Refinery29, Slate, Salon, Vice, Maxim, Mental Floss, Business Insider, Ratter, Quartz, Sports On Earth, SB Nation, Decider, Crain's Detroit Business, Poynter, World Policy Journal, Adweek, AdExchanger, O'Dwyer's, Thought Catalog, The Freeman, Eephus, The Billfold, Omaha World-Herald and Lincoln Journal Star. If you happen to be looking for a reporter, blogger, editor, copywriter, researcher, fact checker, human guinea pig or data analyst, shoot me a message.
I hope to continue writing web and magazine pieces while producing my own books. My first book, The Sex Effect, came out in April 2017. Hopefully it leads to more.
A gripping exploration of the relationship between sex and our society, with a foreword by bestselling author A.J. Jacobs. "The Sex Effect" explores questions like: How did the U.S. military inadvertently help make San Francisco a mecca of gay culture? And what was the original purpose of vibrators? According to Kirkus, this is book is "certain to instigate debate and productive discussion."