There I was,
just a few
feet away

from Jay Leno's feet. He was center stage of a Las Vegas showroom, warming to the audience when he turned his sights on me.

"So, whatta you do?" he asked with his familiar nasally twang.

"I write."

"Really? Anything I know?" he asked.

"Nope," I responded. "Collateral, executive speeches, web sites, corporate videos. That kind of stuff."

"Oh. Like Three Mile Island -- A Great Place to Live..." Leno countered for a big laugh from the crowd -- and from me.

Just as you'd expect, Leno was funny that night. But truth be told, the copy I write is serious business for the people who need to communicate critical messages to their constituents -- customers, employees, sales channels, investors and others.

Because you’re reading this, you are probably looking for a writer to translate your message in a way that makes your audience just as receptive as Leno’s audience was that night in Las Vegas. Since I’ve been creating communications for nearly three decades, I can help you.

My site contains samples of work I’ve delivered for some of corporate America’s most familiar logos -- like Bank of America, Hewlett-Packard, Kaiser Permanente, Old Navy, Nextel, and many others.