WeWriteEverything© (2005 - PRESENT)
President/Senior Writer. WeWriteEverything© is the creative division of Elliott & Company, Inc., LLC. Let Us Write What You Can't! The firm provides avante-garde solutions for growing and demanding businesses utilizing a unique a la carté approach tailored for small busiesses to corporate communication requirements with a team of tremendously talented freelance resources from the Capital Region, Boston and NYC. The company provides professionals in all fields, making available stylized and knowledgeable writing and production support, which can meet all promotional & marketing projects for start-up companies to established businesses - as well as creatively solve any creative need clients might have.
WRITER/FREE-LANCE COMMUNICATIONS (2001 - PRESENT)
I wrote both fictional and feature short stories, essays and poetry for national magazines, academic journals, as well as local and regional magazines. My work has appeared in Reader's Digest, Parenting, Cosmopolitan, GQ, Forbes, among other national magazines; including The Albany Times Union, The Hudson Register Star, and in many other regional monthly publications.
CURATOR/OWNER Phidias Art Gallery Troy, NY. (October 2000 – 2002)
Planned and executed the opening of the gallery, secured grants and financing, developed an array of national, regional and local presenting artists, implemented promotional and marketing initiatives, designed and placed newspapers and radio advertising. Held artists' openings and arranged gallery sponsorship of programs presented by the Troy Savings Bank Music Hall and the Albany Symphony Orchestra.
TRAVELED BETWEEN COSTA RICA AND TUSCANY (1996 – 1998)
I rented villas in Manuel Antonio on the playa de on the Pacific side and in the rich wine groves of Tuscany where I worked to finish my second novel, “’The Nickel 5.”
SENIOR ACCOUNT MANAGER Mason & Madison Advertising and Public Relations. (1992- 1996)
Assisted account executives impleme
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