Personal Favorites

The content for all of the projects on this page was written by yours truly while working for Neo-Pangea. In every case, I was the lead writer, and in most, I was the only writer.

Some of the project galleries include short videos; if you'd like to watch one, you'll first need to pause the image scroller with the controls directly below the image gallery. Start a video by clicking the play button in the main window after the image scroller has stopped.

Enjoy!

Web / Writing, Research

Make Mars Home

National Geographic Channel, Farmers Insurance

The multiplatform Make Mars Home alternate reality campaign was Neo-Pangea's most ambitious project in the company's history, and I had a blast writing virtually all of its content.

Explore Mars

Game / Writing, Research

Legends of the Hidden Temple Instadventure

Nickelodeon

I was able to give new life to a fun staple of my childhood by researching and writing an interactive trivia adventure game that was released exclusively on Instagram. We even got host Kirk Fogg and Olmec to reprise their roles.

Play the Game

Web / Writing, Research

Soldier of Steel

U.S. National Guard

A certain Kryptonian superhero needed your help in this cross-promotional microsite and game for the U.S. National Guard. I donned my best cape and most-revealing tights and wrote the copy for both.

Watch a Playthrough

Web / Writing, Research

Breakthrough

National Geographic Channel

Winner of the 2016 SXSW Innovation Award, this microsite includes hours of meticulously researched content and futuristic motion-based navigation on mobile devices. As I created all of this content, I peered into the near future of technology, and I liked what I saw.

Experience Breakthrough

Game / Writing, Research

Oak Island Dig

HISTORY

As a die-hard gamer, I thoroughly enjoyed writing in-game copy for this charming retro game to promote HISTORY's The Curse of Oak Island TV series.

Play the Game

Web / Writing, Research

Savage Kingdom

Nat Geo WILD

This microsite companion for Nat Geo's visceral docudrama features some of my more poetic creative work. The regal voice performance by veteran actor Charles Dance gave this Game of Thrones fanboy chills.

Tour the Kingdom

Web / Writing, Research

Keystone Vintage Lumber

KVL

The sense of antiquity and mystique in this complete company identity package was carefully developed to reflect the client's emotional connection to his craft. I strove to infuse a sense of poetry into the language, and it became one of my favorite projects.

Peruse KVL's Wares

Web / Writing, Research

The Story of God

National Geographic Channel

Series host Morgan Freeman went on a spiritual quest around the world, and I was privileged to write his online travelogue. Just imagine his voice reading all of the copy aloud for the full effect.

Explore the Journey

Web / Writing, Research

Reading Public Museum Site

Reading Public Museum

Our local museum has an impressive collection, but its online presence was due for a refresh. We were tasked with rewriting the site content and with revamping the museum's image to appeal to a modern audience... which we did.

Visit the Museum

Game / Writing, Research

Dr. Pol
Vet Rescue

Nat Geo WILD

How do you promote a TV series about a popular country veterinarian? Well, you create a casual game that includes animal facts, health tips, and a sense of pride in helping sick critters, of course!

Play the Game

Web / Writing, Research

American Genius

National Geographic Channel

Jobs vs. Gates. Tesla vs. Edison. Wright vs. Curtiss... I brought some of the most influential industrial battles in American history to life in this copy-heavy interactive. It's up to you to decide who's the hero and who's the villain of each story.

Meet the Geniuses

Web / Writing, Research

Rise of
the Robots

Smithsonian Channel

It was pure geeky bliss to write about the past century's most famous robots and the modern-day medical advancements that might have been inspired by them. A kiosk version of this project was featured in the Smithsonian Air & Space Museum!

Meet Our Robot Overlords

Game / Writing, Research

Rule the '90s Trivia Machine

National Geographic Channel

Because Generation X rules, I found it delightfully radical to revisit the amusements and distractions of my youth to write this competitive trivia game and pop culture retrospective.

Play the Game

Web / Writing, Research

Eat: The Story
of Food

National Geographic Channel

Mmmmmmm... copy. No project before or since this one has ever made me so hungry. This delectable microsite is packed with tasty, bite-sized morsels of knowledge about the food that we eat and how it winds up on your table.

Have a Bite

Web / Writing, Research

American Blackout

National Geographic Channel

This TV movie explored what might happen if the entire U.S. suddenly lost power for weeks, and we took its microsite companion into some pretty dark places, pun intended. My extensive research and writing for this probably landed me on government watchlists...

Survive the Blackout