|I made this page to introduce myself to you.|
If you want to skip it and go to the rest of my site, just go to the site directory.
That's me on the left, up on the roof of the house in Rehoboth, Massachusetts, USA, where I grew up.
|Here I am in 1997, on the Tonle Sap lake in Cambodia.
Don't I look like someone you can TRUST?
Well it's true.
Since October 1999 I've been living in New York. You can classify me as any or all of the following:
For a variety of samples of my work, check out my online portfolio.
Lately my sister and I have been getting our feet wet in local journalism, through the unlikely venue of the Stranger, Seattle's alternative weekly. Here are our April 8, 1999 and May 13, 1999 letters announcing our Reader's $10 Give-away. You have to scroll down after you click the link.
For almost a year in Cambodia I did communications for the Sam Rainsy Party, Cambodia's democratic opposition. The SRP is one of the three main political parties in Cambodia, where the battle against dictatorship sometimes becomes a battle against the absurd. Insults to logic pile up as fast as the bodies of the dead, and both of those pile up especially fast during a national election, which is what we went through. Or something like an election, anyway.
Here I am quoted in E-mail is a real revolution (Salon magazine, March 15, 1999) , by Kyra Dupont and Eric Pape.
And here's a letter printed in the Bangkok Post on May 4, 1999. You have to scroll down after you click the link.
Before I moved to Phnom Penh in 1995, I had lived in Philadelphia for almost twelve years. I moved there to study at the University of Pennsylvania, and then lived in West Philadelphia. I also worked for Penn itself for a while. If you want a detailed resume, just ask for one--there are plenty to go around!
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