As an award-winning journalist and editor I have interviewed scientists, engineers, inventors and entrepreneurs, explaining their ideas and the products they create to a wide audience. My work has appeared in The New York Times, Scientific American, Fortune, and Popular Science, to name a few. My corporate clients include manufacturers, engineering firms and environmental consultants.
I used to call myself a technology writer, but to many people "technology" only connotes electronics or software and that is only part of what I cover. So I've broadened the thought to encompass all things that mankind makes. Fortune magazine once cited me as "a poet of the inanimate."
This site provides links to some of my published work, organized in the following broad, and sometimes overlapping, categories: Aerospace, Biotechnology, Energy & Environment, Manufacturing, Military, Transportation and more.