Philadelphia, Pa., native David Michael Brown has been writing, editing and publishing for 35 years.
A graduate of LaSalle College (now University) and Temple University, he brings all of his clients passion for his craft and commitment to excellence. These include newspapers, magazines and ezines, websites and other businesses.
David has written newspaper articles for a variety of outlets such as The Arizona Republic, The Prescott Courier, the East Valley Tribune, San Tan News, all in Arizona, where he lives with his two adult children and border collie. Local, national and international magazines he has contributed to include The Robb Report, Unique Homes, Modernism, ENR, Architectural Review, Luxe, Arizona Foothills, Multi-Family Trends, Arizona Highways, AZ-Lifestyle, Highline Autos, Green Living, Private Islands, Log Home Living, Phoenix Magazine, Arizona Business Magazine, Autobody News and Phoenix Home & Garden.
He has also authored three coffee-table books on architecture and interior design.
During his three decades of award-winning writing, he has interviewed celebrities Jay Leno, racing legend Bob Bondurant, Steve Nash, Judy Collins, Joan Baez, Alice Cooper, Tova Borgnine, Lynn Redgrave, Chita Rivera, Leslie Nielsen and Karolyn Grimes, who played Zuzu, James Stewart and Donna Reed's daughter in the 1946 holiday classic, It's a Wonderful Life; great chefs such as Jacques Pépin; history-makers such as Brigadier General Paul W.Tibbets, pilot of the Enola Gay, and Pearl Harbor survivors; architects and Frank Lloyd Wright apprentices John Rattenbury, Arnold Roy and Vern Swaback; business leaders including Bob Parsons, founder of GoDaddy and custom-motorcycle enthusiast; and political figures Bruce Babbitt, Secretary of the Interior for President Clinton, Janet Napolitano, Secretary of Homeland Security for President Obama, and Arizona Sen. John McCain.
Much joy for David also comes from interviews with his Arizona neighbors: television and radio personalities; actors, artists and arts leaders; school teachers who are building America's future; young people excelling in the performing arts, sports and other areas; everyday people integrating family, career and avocations; charity and community leaders; mom-and-pop restaurateurs and other small-business entrepreneurs.