Welcome to my website!
I am a writer and editor, a distance runner, and a musician.
To learn more about my editorial services please visit the Editing page.
I have written about my career as a professional opera singer in my memoir Dr. Bartolo’s Umbrella and Other Tales from my Surprising Operatic Life.
There is more information about my book on the Writing page.
To discover more about what I think and do, I invite you to visit my Blog page.
In case you are wondering, the handwriting in the graphic that heads these pages shows lines from Lalla Rookh, a work by nineteenth-century Irish poet and lyricist Thomas Moore.
When memory links the tone that' s gone
With the blissful tone that’s still in the ear,
And hope from a heavenly note flies on
To a note more heavenly still that is near.