I began reporting in 1999 as a stringer for the Times of Trenton (my hometown). I covered and periodically continue to cover local affairs including community events and projects.
For three years following a move to Pittsburgh, I worked as a freelancer with examiner.com. As Pittsburgh Non-Partisan Examiner I covered community events, local politics, and national affairs. Highlights include the 2009 G-20 police riots and the difficult passage of the Prevailing Wage Bill.
For the past three years I have concentrated my reportage on the legal field, including well over 500 published articles for the publications below. Work samples are available on request.
I have edited three books of non-fiction for professional publication thus far. Their covers are reproduced below.