I publish the latest news about the innovation landscape in San Antonio at www.StartupsSanAntonio.com. This dedicated coverage about San Antonio entrepreneurs working in the science, technology, cybersecurity, and bioscience sectors translates into over 400 stories to date since launching in early 2018.
I also freelance regularly for enterprise companies and ghostwrite for busy CEOs and startup founders. I can help you develop a winning pitch, craft actionable content for your website, and even ghostwrite an article in your style and tone of voice.
To hire me as a freelancer contact me for a free consult and let’s see how I can help you.
Here’s a great article on what startups should know before hiring a freelance writer to get you thinking.
The Small Business Administration (SBA) awarded me the 2020 award for Small Business Media Advocate of the Year. The SBA’s San Antonio district spans across 55 counties within Texas.
The Texas Veterans Commission awarded me the Excellence in Media (Print) award in 2017 for my story about veterans.
Below are representative articles I’ve published over the past five years.
I freelance for the SABJ occasionally. Take a look at my most recent work.
A contributing writer from 2015 to 2017, I wrote 200 articles for the Rivard Report, an independent, online news service based in San Antonio, Texas. My archive of online reporting can be viewed here.
I’ve listed representative stories in the categories of topics I covered —technology, cybersecurity, bioscience, military, and veterans affairs, with some arts and culture thrown in for good measure.
Technology and Cybersecurity
Military and Veterans Affairs
What veterans wished civilians understood about the veteran experience (won Texas Veterans Commission 2017 Excellence in Media award)
Arts and Culture
I wrote for San Antonio Woman and 78209 magazines from 2016 to 2018. I typically wrote profiles on different female business owners, as well as contribute the sustainable gardening story and profile different local restaurants.
Sustainable Gardening and Restaurants
I have written for Edible San Antonio since 2015 on local issues about food, sustainability, and local food culture. There is no online archive on their website. Here’s some clips of past stories: