Tales From The Oregon Ducks Sideline was my first book, published in 2007 by Sports Publishing LLC: a short history of football at the University of Oregon from its inception in 1894 through the 2006 season. The book was updated and expanded after Oregon's magical undefeated 2010 season, ending with the BCS National Championship game.

Although I write principally about art and culture, specifically architecture, visual arts and film, the Oregon Ducks football team has been a great passion of mine since childhood. I attended my first game a Autzen Stadium with my dad in 1980, and have been a fan ever since.

In November 2008 my second book was released: The University of Oregon Football Vault, published by Whitman Publishing. This time the focus is on a treasure-trove of images dating from the beginnings of Oregon football in 1894 through 2007 season.

My third book was published in 2019 and is called Collaboration for a Cure: The Knight Cancer Research Building and the Culture of Innovation. It chronicles the century-long history of Oregon Health & Science University, the development of its new campus in Portland's South Waterfront, and the coalescence of architects and builders in a research center seeking to end cancer as we know it.