Gary began his career as a storyteller at the age of 8 when he sold his first story. It was the tale of a tragic loss of a new pair of sneakers while rescuing a baby duck from a storm drain. His mother bought the story . . . until his brother ratted him out. His next story was one of revenge.
Consistently recognized for his abilities as a writer and a keen observer, Gary honed his craft during a 25-year career as a television and radio reporter. His compelling storytelling style has earned him numerous awards. One former colleague told the Boston Globe, “If I were designing a journalist, he’d be the guy.” The fact that a rival stated “nobody tells a better story than Gary” is an indication of the respect he has earned throughout the media industry.