This site is dedicated to my two passions: history and great audio.

I’m a former broadcaster. I spent more than 20 years working in the radio industry, mostly as a commercial copywriter and producer. I’ve developed a love for the medium, and an appreciation for the potential of sound—when used effectively in radio storytelling—to mentally and emotionally engage an audience in a way that no other medium can. The absence of visuals forces the listener to use his or her imagination, and ideally, to become absorbed by the piece, to become almost an active participant.

There’s an old saying: “facts tell, stories sell.” I agree. I’m a firm believer in the power of audio storytelling. I try to apply this approach to everything I write and produce, whether it’s an ad for one of my clients, or an historical documentary. You’ll find samples of both on this site.

Audio is an often overlooked element of our collective heritage. But through archival preservation, and through creative research, interpretation, writing, and production, aural history offers a potent resource for advancing our comprehension of the past.  Listen to my documentaries here.  

And if you’re looking for an audio commercial or imaging message with impact—with a writing, voiceover, and production style that cuts through the clutter—audition some demos here.


“There have been great societies that did not use the wheel, but there have been no societies that did not tell stories.”

Ursula K. LeGuin

“Storytelling is among the oldest forms of communication. Storytelling is the commonality of all human beings, in all places, in all times.”

Rives Collins

“To Hell with facts! We need stories!”

Ken Kesey

“Your tale, sir, would cure deafness.”

William Shakespeare