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My strengths as a professional writer are:

  • Strong research and organizational skills
  • Understanding and respecting the needs of an audience
  • Being able to take what's difficult and make it seem simple
  • Knowing how to tell a good story

    Here's a little about my background and success in the writing field:

  • Biography
  • Academic background
  • Awards/Honors




    Writer's Union

    Association of
    Science Writers

    Medical Writer's

    Actor's Equity
    Association (AEA)

    Screen Actor's
    Guild (SAG)


    I graduated from Heidelberg College with majors in math and theatre, as well as a B.S. in Physics. I moved to Minneapolis in 1978 and began work as a writer and actor. I found that my science and math experiences greatly contributed to my writing expertise.

    Soon, I was writing print collateral for companies such as 3M, Honeywell, and Northern Telecom. I also began writing for television. Two screenplays went on to win awards, including an IRIS Award for "Best Entertainment in a Medium Market."

    I moved to New York City in 1985 and branched out into other types of writing. I created a host of educational and promotional materials including merchandising & sales videos, training videos, corporate I.D. videos, brochures, sight sellers, product launches, marketing, and merchandising manuals. Many of my clients on the East coast were Fortune 500 Companies, such as Citibank NA, Exxon, Pfizer Inc, and Fuji Film.

    I returned to Minneapolis in 1993 and moved into the field of digital media. I wrote a number of websites (including the current Domino's Pizza site) and CD-Roms. I also began producing for television. I received a "Freddy Award" in 1997 from the AMA's International Health and Medical Film Festival for writing and producing the Newton's Apple television segment, "What Makes Bones So Strong."

    Currently, I work out of the home office I share with my lovely wife, Cathy.


    Academic Background

    Heidelberg College Majors: Communication/Theatre, Math, and Physics. B.S. in Physics, 1977
    Miami University Twelve graduate semester-hours in Communication and nine in Theatre
    Kent State University Eighteen graduate quarter-hours in Theatre




    "Freddy Award" from the AMA's International Health and Medical Film Festival in the "Bone Diseases/ Osteoporosis" category for writing and producing the Newton's Apple segment, What Makes Bones So Strong?

    Twice selected for the prestigious Musical Theatre Workshop of the American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers (ASCAP) with collaborator Paul Nahay/composer.

    IRIS Award for ONE WHO STOLE AT CHRISTMAS. Network presentation for best entertainment in a medium market (television).

    National Gas Association Award for THE GREAT BICYCLE TIME TOUR, a national presentation for educational material.

    National Merit Scholar
    Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities
    Heidelberg's Academic Honorary, Vice President
    Alpha Psi Omega - National Theatre Honorary

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