Hi, I’m Jim, a freelance professional who writes about health, technology and sport, provides social media expertise and builds websites.

A good portion of my time is spent researching, testing and writing guides about health & fitness technology gear for The Wirecutter/The Sweethome. In October of 2014, I was hired by Athletics Canada to write, maintain social media accounts and provide on-site communications support at major international competitions. I also spend my time as head coach of track & cross country running at Université du Québec à Montréal, Athlétisme Ville-Marie and write the Tech Trends column for Competitor.com. Previously, I spent 7 years in clinical practice after completing a podiatric surgical residency.

I’ve written about the best running gear, optical heart rate monitors, the story behind a famous photo of Usain Bolt, how drug cheats use masking agentsthe confusion around qualifying for the Olympics and occasionally have fun with flowcharts.

I’ve appeared in the New York TimesForbesZeit, on Fox Business’ Willis Report & WBEX’s Afternoon Shift/Tech Shift.

My work or interviews with me have been published in: Bild, Daily Mail, The Oregonian, Men’s Fitness, National Post, 2012 Olympic Track & Field Trials program, Athletics Canada, DailyRelay, TrackFocus & the Yamhill Valley News-Register.

I also build and maintain websites (DailyRelay.com, RunAVM.com, LEPSIS), have experience producing a podcast (TrackFocus Weekly) and am a skilled photographer.

My current project is Activstay.com, a site that helps people book hotel rooms near the best places to run. The site is currently being devloped and will go live in early 2018.

I live with my family in Montreal, where winters are long but summers are beautiful. If you are interested talking further about how I can use my skill set to help you, send me a note.