The world is full of limitless stories. My passion, throughout my career in news media and now public relations, is uncovering and sharing them. Over the course of my career, I have occasionally heard newsroom colleagues say, “There’s just not a lot going on out there today.” I have the opposite problem: there are too many good stories out there and not enough time to tell them all.
Clear writing is the foundational element to telling these stories. I love grappling with language, collaborating with others, and finding just the right words to clearly convey a message. Effective communication is a central tenet of any strong relationship, whether between individuals or an organization and those it serves.
Prior to joining Castle, I worked as a special projects producer at 7News/WHDH-TV in Boston. The job took me from the locker rooms at Gillette Stadium and Fenway Park, to the marble corridors of the State House, and even to the 2018 Royal Wedding, where I served as field producer for all of the station’s live coverage from the United Kingdom. I also produced scores of investigative stories and received an Emmy nomination for the consumer segment, “Solve It 7,” which helped viewers receive more than $170,000 from companies and organizations that owed them money.
Earlier in my career, I worked as a reporter, anchor, and producer for WBUR, Boston’s NPR news station, as well as iHeart Media’s Total Traffic and Weather Networks. As a freelance journalist and writer, I have contributed pieces to VICE Sports, NPR, TV Guide, Broadcasting & Cable, and Multichannel News.
In my free time, I love to play guitar, write music and perform live. I’m also an avid reader of everything, but especially non-fiction and biographies. I live in Boston’s South End with my wife, Meaghan.