Anything involving articles or documents that I have written.
Here’s a brief overview of some of my content in my professional portfolio, along with links that go directly to the work itself (housed on this site). This document was more or less created with the intent of attaching to … Continue reading →
Part of my job for the University of California’s Department of Agriculture and Natural Resources is marketing their digital and printed publications. You can see all of their publications here. Every month we offer sales on selected books and I … Continue reading →
Early California immigrant almond farmers, who were predominantly European, settled in pockets according to their ethnicity/family/friends. They used their native word for almond until they began speaking more English. Some of the farmers may have kept their native word, or combined it with the English “almond” to create a slang word for it. Continue reading →
This is a freelance article I wrote for the November/December issue of California Freemason Magazine, which goes to around 65,000 print subscribers and 114,000 digital subscribers. To see the online article, CLICK HERE! DECIPHERING THE CONNECTIONS BETWEEN PRINCE HALL MASONRY AND THE UNDERGROUND … Continue reading →
Here are three websites and campaigns that I’ve created using UCANR’s in-house Sitebuilder tool. Click on each image to view further!
Both Kubota Tractor Corporation and California Raisins own the rights to the creative material on their social media accounts. So, if you would like to see the creative work I have done for them, please inquire within.
Here are two more articles I have written and posted on the Sacramento food/beverage blog known as Sacfoodies.com. I actually worked with a representative of Goose Island Beer Co. to secure the information for the final days of their Migration Week … Continue reading →