I tell true stories across various mediums. Often, about sports and the outdoors. But really, about people and places and problems. Racial justice, gender equity, transportation, the environment, parenting, growing up, getting old. At its best, my work is about solutions.
My editorial bylines appear in a variety of outlets, including Outside magazine, Bicycling magazine and Texas Monthly. I’ve had stories reproduced by This American Life and featured on Longreads. I wrote a book, published by Penguin Random House. My commercial work, in print and video, includes clients like Zwift, the UnitedHealth Group, Comcast and Trek Bikes.
I was born in Berkeley, California and grew up in Southlake, Texas. I live in Austin with my wife and two kids. I studied journalism in college and briefly raced bikes professionally.
In 2017, I helped the streaming service FloSports launch a cycling platform, FloBikes. We broadcast most of the world’s biggest bike races, including the Tour de France. I led video production teams at bike races across Europe, producing daily shows and features to supplement the live coverage. After a few fun-filled years at Flo, I returned to freelancing.
Take a look at my portfolio. Feel free to download my CV. And hit me up if you have a story that needs telling, want to discuss some ideas for a project, or simply to say hi.