My first professionally published work was a first-person narrative of my solo Caribbean sea kayak trip that was featured in the pages of Sea Kayaker magazine in 1990.  I have since contributed many articles to that publication, ranging from trip reports and gear reviews, to coverage of Gulf Coast regional events impacting recreational sea kayaking, including the devastation of Hurricane Katrina in 2005 and the BP Oil Spill of 2010.

Other magazines I’ve contributed to include: Cruising World, SAIL, Southwinds, Multihulls, Canoe and Kayak, Paddler,  Mississippi Outdoors, and South Mississippi Outdoors and Recreation.  Below are links to just a few samples of these articles:

Trip Narratives and Destinations:

The Last Wild River: Mississippi’s PascagoulaSea Kayaker, October, 2005

Cat and Deer: Coastal Islands of MississippiSea Kayaker, October, 2004

A Passage to Chandeleur IslandSea Kayaker, February, 1995

Islands on the HorizonMississippi Outdoors, May-June, 1993

Paddling the HeartlandSea Kayaker, Fall, 1991


A New Perspective on Wharram Catamarans, Multihulls, September-October, 2009

Abaco: A Wharram Tiki 30 Built to Modern Yacht StandardsSouthwinds, December, 2008

Life After Katrina: The Mississippi Gulf Coast in the Wake of Hurricane KatrinaSea Kayaker, June, 2006

Gear Reviews:

New Submersible VHF Radios, Sea Kayaker, February, 2009

V-8 PFD, by Astral Buoyancy, Sea Kayaker, October, 2008

Lightweight, Compression Dry Bags, Sea Kayaker, February, 2007

4 Compact, High-Intensity Flashlights, Sea Kayaker, October, 2006