Today I work for Argus Media covering the US refining industry as it churns through an upheaval in global energy supply. I know the international, multi-billion-dollar battle that determined what you paid to fill up your tank this week. But I covered disasters before I learned differentials, and spent most my young career in the steady civic duty of metro and wire work.
I was a West Texas newspaper journalist and a former stringer for the Associated Press and Reuters America Wire Service. I’ve worked crime scenes and council meetings, busted up dodgy electricity rate proposals and traced the footsteps of an attempted terrorist.
And two years of work helped to produce the Texas’s first posthumous exoneration, the wrongfully convicted Timothy Brian Cole.
I’m not seeking freelance work right now, but thanks for stopping by.