Tom Arana-Wolfe is a published journalist whose work has graced the pages of the magazines Child, and baby, Genre, Instinct and New York. He has a bachelor’s degree in Cultural Studies with a Concentration in Journalism from Empire State College and shortly will earn his master’s degree in new media journalism from Full Sail University.

Tom moved his writing online to his political and technological news web site Wolf In Pig’s Clothing. He takes on national stories and offers them with a New York spin.

He demonstrates a firm grasp of his craft by his ability not be pigeonholed to a specific topic. He has reported on news topics encompassing immigration, same-sex marriage, political races and mass transit alternatives. He shined the spotlight on entertainment with an interview with playwright Edward Albee, a report on Fox Networks now failed attempt on gender-specific cable television channel programming and child rearing advice from Classic TV Mom actors.

Tom got his geek on by exploring the mobile OS market, evaluating the problematic Google flagship mobile phone launch, demonstrating the ACLU’s controversial Stop and Frisk Watch mobile app and the pros and cons of collecting comic books as a financial investment. He has penned a string a gay lifestyle pieces, including gay game hunters and a first-person essay on his life as an out gay police officer.

Tom plans to bring his journalism skills equally to all the different venues of social media. Whether it a tweet, a Facebook page post, an embedded Storify piece, or a completely original multimedia piece, he delivers each and every story with the same integrity.

Email: oink@wolfinpigsclothing.com


Video photos credits:

Cop pig in doughnut: Sweet Pea 0613 via photopin cc
Spider-men: alykat via photopin cc
Facebook graffiti: Interact Egypt – Play Innovation via photopin cc

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