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ARTIST, Arch Art, December 1998-Present
This sole-proprietorship studio (located at 24 Webster Avenue, Somerville, MA) pursues two efforts: sculpture (typically in the medium of assemblage) and one-of-kind and limited production art lamps. Recent shows include Play, The Nave Gallery, Art in the Park, The DeCordova Museum, Visiting Artist, Bromfield Gallery; Fine Furnishing Show Providence; Macondo group and one-man shows; Digitas one-man show; and SAC Windows Art Project.
PRINCIPAL, DRG Publications, December 1997-Present
This sole-proprietorship served the electronic publishing market with research, analysis, and editorial content focusing on content management, digital rights management, Web content syndication, and e-books. Client highlights include:
For SoftLock.com/Digital Goods Inc., wrote and project managed a white paper explicating their business repositioning from DRM technology supplier to direct content marketing service.
For InterTrust Technologies Corporation, wrote various strategic technology and market development reports on digital cable set-tops, online music, and privacy; wrote and edited strategic marketing collateral.
As Senior Advisor, Strategic Research for Fuse Products, Inc., researched connected consumer electronics/home network markets, strategic business development opportunities, and produced technology briefings.
For New Millennium Publishing, Inc., author and edit white papers, research backgrounders, articles, and reports in support of clients (ASTM, Cahner’s Manufacturing.net, CAP Ventures, Classwell Learning Group, ContentGuard, ContentRules.com, eGrail, Enigma, Inc., Houghton Mifflin Co.).
As Associate Editor, The Gilbane Report (Bluebill Advisors, Inc.); authored analyses include:
“Editorial Interfaces & Enterprise-enabled Content” (Volume 9, No. 7)
“Privilege Management & Rights Management for Corporate Portals” (Vol. 9, No. 3)
“XHTML: What You Should Do About It & When” (Vol. 9, No. 1)
“XML: The State of the Union” (Vol. 8, No. 10)
“E-Books: Technology for Enterprise Content Applications?” (Vol. 8, No. 9)
“Syndication, Actionable Content, and the Supply Chain” (Vol. 8, No. 7)
“Digital Rights Management: It’s Time to Pay Attention” (Vol. 8, No. 6)
Wrote business plan and carried out market research and funding meetings with potential sponsors for Disc/Web, a B2B portal concept for the optical disc and connected content vendor and professional user communities.
·Produced presentations and tutorials for conferences (CAP Venture Dynamic Content, GCA XML 2000, AIIM/GCA/Bluebill Advisors Enterprise Content Management Series).
DIRECTOR OF CONTENT DEVELOPMENT, NetMarquee, Inc., June 1998-December 1998, 687 Highland Avenue, Needham, MA 02194
Responsible for content creation and management in a multi-client editorial and direct marketing Internet start-up, in a senior equity position. Duties included evaluating and directing sales proposals and budgets from the editorial perspective, assessing client needs, developing content programs, building and managing in-house editorial staff, directing and editing free-lance contributors and in-house content creators, developing content elements for customized Web page serving and direct email marketing, and participating in the strategic planning and direction of the company. Clients included Symantec, HP, NEBS, Office Depot, Microsoft, EntreWorld, Citizens Bank, and UPS.
EDITOR-IN-CHIEF, EMedia Professional, December 1993-December 1997, Online Inc., 462 Danbury Road, Wilton, CT 06897
As Editor-in-Chief, took the lead for magazine planning from purview definition and editorial calendar creation through pipeline building, staff development, and long-term strategic planning. Started as Editor of CD-ROM Professional, in December 1993, and was named Editor-in-Chief in December 1995; CD-ROM Professional changed title to EMedia Professional with the January 1997 issue. In December 1993, the magazine was a bi-monthly with a circulation of less than 5,000 subscribers, mostly in the library market; the magazine had only modest advertising sales, and an editorial staff of one; by December 1997, the editorial staff had grown to seven positions, EMedia Professional was in its fourth year as a monthly, BPA (June 1997) circulation was over 20,000, and ad revenue had quadrupled from 1994, and the magazine was read by business executives, marketers, technologists, analysts, and fellow journalists and its pages had become a recognized center of knowledge and discussion for large segments of the evolving digital publishing infrastructure. Recruited over a dozen contributing editors and columnists, each an acknowledged expert in such sub-markets as DVD, CD/Internet hybrid publishing strategies, digital video, multimedia authoring, training, and optical digital storage.
OWNER, DRG Publication Free-lance, 1986-1994
Provided services that included developing and editing electronic and print titles; electronic and print title proposal writing and market researching; researching and writing on multimedia applications, markets, and technologies; editorial modeling of publications and publishing programs; developmental editing of book and article manuscripts; and writing and producing electronic publishing-related marketing collateral.
Selected Clients: Bell Atlantic, BIS Strategic Decisions, The Boston Computer Society, Editorial Inc., Emerging Technologies Group, Inc., INTECO Corporation, Ligature, Inc., Macmillan New Media, Mecklermedia, NEASC, Online Inc., Parker and Taylor & Company, Xyvision, Inc. Selected Contract Editorial Positions: Publishing/Hardware Editor, CD-ROM World, 1992-1994; Editor-in-Chief, Multimedia/CD Publisher, 1992; Associate Editor, CD-I World, 1992; Editor, New Media News, 1990-1993.
DEVELOPMENTAL/ACQUISITIONS EDITOR, Focal Press, 1984-1986, Butterworth-Heinemann (Reed-Elsevier), 313 Washington Street, Newton, MA 02158
Focal Press, a professional resource book and textbook imprint of Butterworth Publishers, covered the subject areas of photography, cinematography, broadcasting, and audio-video. Developmental editing responsibilities included working with authors toward manuscript improvement and preparing manuscripts for production; managing a technical reviewer program; researching competing titles and publishing programs; and maintaining deadlines and budgets. Acquisitions editing responsibilities included identifying authors and series editors; presenting book proposals; negotiating contracts; and supporting marketing.
Services provided included production coordination, copy-editing, proofreading, and layout.
PUBLICATION SPECIALIST, Evaluation, Dissemination and Assessment Center for Bilingual Education, 1979-1981, Lesley College, 49 Washington Avenue, Cambridge, MA 02140
Responsibilities included editing and producing books, monographs, magazines, catalogs, and brochures, with duties ranging from copy-editing and proofreading, to design and layout, writing, and production control; and as News Editor, Bilingual Journal.
B.A., English, University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth, 1973-1978 (1991), University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth, North Dartmouth, MA 02714