I like to think of myself as the copy equivalent of a utility infielder: someone who can handle every need, from writing on-air copy to print to online. I've even written musical jingles for TV clients. I was raised in NH, worked on staff for several TV stations in Boston, then moved to Los Angeles to work at Paramount Domestic Television. Since launching my freelance business, I have written for broadcast clients (CBS Television, Warner Bros., Discovery Channel), as well as non-broadcast clients, businesses and small agencies. My humor essays have been published in the Los Angeles Times, Washington Post and Chicago Tribune.
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