A few words about me …
Born in Maine and raised in the South and the Pacific Northwest, I’ve worked as a freelance cultural journalist in Atlanta since 2007. My main focus is music journalism, but I also pen a column about the air cargo industry for American Shipper, a monthly magazine about the transportation industry. I spend my days working in media relations and marketing for an LTL transportation technology firm.
I have degrees in music and journalism from the University of Idaho. In the summer of 2007, I graduated from the Syracuse Goldring Arts Journalism master’s degree program with a concentration in jazz and pop music. While at Syracuse, I wrote my dissertation on saxophonist Lew Tabackin.
I live in Morningside with my wife and sons.