Tony Russo has worked as a print and digital journalist for the better part of the 21st century, writing for and editing regional weeklies and dailies as well as doing content creation for regional and specialty websites. He lives in Delmar, Md. with his wife Kelly and the only of his four daughters who hasn't moved out. Together they keep their dog and cat comfortable. Click here to read his full bio and resume.
Tony produces several weekly podcasts on Delmarva life and culture. So What's Your Story, a writers podcast is also broadcast on Delmarva Public Radio. The Happy Hour Todcast is produced in conjunction with the folks at GCFL. Beer With Strangers covers homebrewing and craft beer news and culture.
He also helps host a live storytelling event the first Friday of every month in Snow Hill,above the Daily Brew coffee house.
So here's the thing
Between content creation for my day job, blogging for fun, freelancing and being an occasional Twitter troll I keep pretty busy. This is kind of a clearinghouse for my work. As I understand it, you only are supposed to put your best work in a portfolio, but it seems like a lot of sorting. Plus, there's no telling what's going to go over and what isn't. Instead, this is kind of a portal to what I do in the various areas in which I do it.
Also, I'm pretty proud of my photos and reviews as a Google Local Guide. My photo views topped 2 million in March of 2017. I try and take photos of places people tend to miss because I go on backroad adventures. I'm also a Google Trusted Photographer, which means I can take 360 photos and apply them directly to Google Maps. It gives me an incredibly unrealistic satisfaction, and has the bonus of being an absolute blast.
Finally, nearly all of the photos here are mine, those that aren't belong to my lovely and talented Meesus. Please do your best not to steal from either of us. We often are happy to share. Reach out and ask.
The upshot is...
Every few weeks, I send out an update of the things I've written that I think you'll like. Subscribe to my email list and tell me what kinds of stuff you would like to see. I'll write about them (or video or photograph or talk about them) more often.