I spent a decade as a journalist covering environment, immigration and commercial fisheries (the original “threebeats”). My writing has appeared in The Standard-Times, The Cape-Cod Times, The Boston Herald, National Fisherman Magazine, Inc. Magazine, The Worcester Telegram, The Atlanta-Journal Constitution, The Austin American-Statesman, The Dayton Daily News, and Harvard Business School Publishing (case studies).

These days I write mostly for personal, not professional purposes. Currently, I find myself writing poems and essays that explore nature, memory and place. I’m grateful to be a part of two contemplative writing workshops in the Boston area that provide inspiration, connection and gentle critique.

Links to Articles:

Dreams Dashed on Contaminated Land. The Standard-Times, December 20, 2009.

Deported After Raid, 20-Year Old Makes the Best of it in Guatemala, The Standard-Times, March 6, 2008

Hard Life At Sea, The Standard-Times, August 20, 2006 (PDF of article available here)