Welcome to my little cave on the internet!
Perfunctory remarks about how the author of this website intends it merely to function as virtual home for my online portfolio of content related to personal and professional interests; a home for links to academic resources; reflections on the creative process; research notes on my multi-volume novel project; a place to post interviews with artists I admire and people that interest me as well as miscellaneous other content.
By academic training, credentialing and work experience I’m a professor of American History and Political Science, a teacher of English, Speech and Debate, and IB Psychology and History as well as a bioenergetic therapist and life coach. Many years ago I was also a Vendor of life, Health and Variable Annuity Insurance – what can I say, I’m a rapid learner!
By self-training and work-experience I’m also a master in digital strategy, social media and content marketing. You can review my resume on LinkedIn, read some of my approaches to organic content marketing development, or request my info or portfolio by emailing me a request before we discuss fees and conditions for services. Know, though, that right now I am not taking on any clients as I am very busy with my Ph.D. program in Innovation and Technology Management at Universidad Pontificia Bolivariana.
At heart, I’m a creative writer. You can buy the first part of my serial novel Unravelling here. You can buy my first collection of poetry here. You can read my blog and book reviews on this website. I put a lot of time into producing this and my work, if you find yourself spending some time going through my work and getting something out of it know I greatly appreciate your considerations for gratitude in the form of a small donation. Time is money, right?
Lastly, I love to travel. I’ve got a photo gallery of places here and some after the fact writings on some of my voyages here. Also, you can find some historical audio guided tours that I’ve made for some of the cities that I’ve lived in: New York and Barcelona. When I’ve got no Scrabble letters to drop and nothing else to do, I also occasionally write reviews for TripAdvisor.