I've worked online since 1995, helping build the first sites online for parents on AOL and Pathfinder. After that I helped build and edit several other early Web sites. In 1998, I went on to cover all aspects of the Internet at The Industry Standard, which I helped found. There I architected and developed weekly content for redesigned sections of The Industry Standard's Web site, including such new sections as Ideas and Strategies, Metrics, Job Shop, and Site Building. I also oversaw four weekly e-mail newsletters with original content that reached several hundred thousand readers.

In 2004, I edited and published the short-lived e-mail wine newsletter Route du Vin. Richard Ehrlich of The Independent on Sunday (U.K.) called it "crisply written and to the point." From 2005 to 2008, I was editor and executive director of the online magazine San Francisco Classical Voice, overseeing all aspects of the site and the organization that runs it.

My clients hire me because of my unusually long online experience (more than 15 years, almost since the Web began), as well as the editing and writing experience I've gained at a wide variety of national and local publications.

To see for yourself what I can do, you can see my work on the online work page of my portfolio.