Hi there. I'm a freelance science and technology journalist based out of Saint Paul, MN. Although, with the magic of the internet, does it really matter where I live? I love science and technology, and writing about them is what I do. I came to the realization that I was destined to be a nerd in the mid 90s. That's when I got my first real computer — a Hewlett-Packard box running an original Pentium CPU that screamed along at 133MHz. Since then, I've been consuming technology at a positively unseemly rate.

I currently write for ExtremeTech, Android Police, Tom's Hardware, The Wirecutter, Greenbot, and Tested.com. In the past, I've been a featured writer for Maximum PC, Geek.com, Business Insider, and PC Mag. I'm always looking for new opportunities to write for interesting organizations. My main focus is on smartphones, geek culture, mechanical keyboards, and mobile technology in general. I have particularly extensive knowledge of Android and the issues surrounding that platform. I review apps and mobile devices often, as well.

Not only do I bring extensive technology knowledge to the table, I was a biotech research scientist for a number of years. I have the experience to cover science in an effective and engaging way. I regularly write about advances in biology, space/astronomy, chemistry, materials science, and physics. Drop me a line if you'd like me to write for you. 

I also published a science fiction novel in 2014 called The Crooked City. You can pick up a copy from this site,  Amazon (print and Kindle), or Google Play. I don't use DRM on any version of the book, so take your pick.