I get to wear many hats in my profession. While this can sometimes create fashion challenges, it makes my work life a little more interesting. I get to wear a writer's hat, an editor's hat, a marketing hat, an advertising hat, a general communications hat, a web geek hat and, of course, the ubiquitous other-duties-as-assigned hat.
Below are some examples of the work that I created while wearing the various hats, with even more on the attached gallery page.
In 2000, as part of a package of stories on the 25th anniversary of the Big Red Machine, I interviewed Joe Morgan, the catalyst that made the Machine what it was back in the day--and remains today.
It's a bit ironic that someone as hopelessly unhip as me got to interview one of the Fathers of Funk, Bootsy Collins. What I learned, though, is that off the stage he's really just a regular cat named William.
It turns out that living in Cincinnati most of my life and being a writer can actually pay off. For me, it came in the form of a travel book about Cincinnati, detailing the city's spaces and places, as well as its history and hidden gems.