That’s what being a full-stop digital creative is all about.
After college at Pittsburgh, and through a connection, I started out as a sports writer in Pittsburgh, then migrated to Boston to cover traditional news.
I met the famous and common, and was paid to write news and feature stories for many publications, inlcuding The Boston Herald, Boston Globe and The New York Times. From there, I settled into traditional marketing, having won a prestigious health care award for an advocacy film before finally setting in a discipline that truly suits my passions – design. In Boston, I was talented and fortunate enough to work on some of the most exclusive restaurant openings and worked with some of the city’s best a-known chefs and have had the change to work with companies both large and small, for-profits and for causes. What I’ve learned is that every project is different… but it also isn’t. You’ll see!
I know I like it.
Like I said, I’m a designer at Anthem SB. I like it.
My career has been as a creative: first as a journalist, having been paid to write by publications like The Boston Globe, Boston Herald and New York Times, among others, then as an award-winning marketing director.
When I’m not making websites or designing logos, I take snowboarding trips north in the winter and relives past sporting exploits — often to great pain.