A freelancer since 1980, Tom Carney has won more than 60 awards for his books, photography, and journalism in areas as diverse as travel, nature and outdoor recreation, humor, news reporting and analysis, and columns. He currently serves as the editor of The Upland Almanac, a quarterly magazine for upland bird hunting enthusiasts.
Additionally, he provides copywriting services for tech companies based in the Detroit Metro area. He has served MOWA as secretary, vice president, president, chairman of the board, and chairman/member of several committees. In 2016, recognizing Tom’s combination of accomplishments as an outdoor writer and contributions to the group itself, MOWA awarded him its coveted “Papa Bear Award.”
He lives near Grand Rapids, Michigan with his wife Maureen and his two setters, Abbey the Irish red and white and Lizzy the English. He is available for assignments or speaking engagements. For writing samples, see the blog page at www.tomcarneywriter.com. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.