I help entrepreneurs, industry leaders, niche bloggers, and other aspiring writers break out of their bubble and make a bigger impact through getting their ideas and stories published in major outlets.


I've been getting articles published on the internet since 2001. I started on a little website called GameFAQs.com, writing massive video game strategy guides that garnered millions of views.


Between 2011 and 2015, I was first an editor at IGN.com, which reaches 68 million readers every month, and then Bodybuilding.com, which reaches over 25 million readers per month.


Nowadays I write articles for New York Times, GQ, Los Angeles Times, New York Magazine, and more. Altogether I have over 10 years of experience in writing, editing, and getting articles published in major outlets.


In my leisure time, I take long walks and am the Chief Goofball and Word Person at Fuck Yes! Saturday, where I write about the highs and lows of a nomadic life.


Do you have a business that would like to make a bigger impact? Or maybe you'd like to start contributing to major outlets to reach more people with your expertise? Click here to learn more about how I can help you.


Some places I've written for

For a small sampling of my published writing, click here.