By day I am a radio host in New Hampshire, where I have been fortunate to meet a lot of people who would like to be, and occasionally end up being, president.
I also write an offbeat culture blog, LivingIndefinitely.com, which has been active since 2002. Among other things, I write reviews of “so bad they’re good” movies, find the strangest articles on Wikipedia and have two word caption contests every Wednesday. In 2010 I live-blogged every episode of “The A-Team.” That’s also the year I started writing a humor column for The Concord Insider.
I've been a presidents buff for as long as I can remember. As a grade schooler, I once made my parents and siblings vote in a "President of the month" contest. The first stop on my honeymoon was Abe Lincoln's gravesite - romantic, right? Since I'm interested in the presidents and I love finding offbeat stories, I thought it would be fun to see the whole bunch and write about the weird and wonderful tales associated with them.
I’m husband to Sonya and papa to Owen; we live on Hidden Farm in Concord, where we grow fruits and vegetables and read a lot of books.
In the past I have been a public librarian, an overnight stock clerk, a community theater director, a custodian, a schoolteacher, a warehouse laborer, an adjunct college professor, an office receptionist and a walking billboard at a plastics industry trade show.
I’m easy to find on the web. Try Twitter and Facebook and Flickr and LinkedIn and so forth. Drop me a line sometime; I’ll write back.