Glory Days: Joe in his younger (thinner) career at radio station WMML. 
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Growing up on a mountainside in northern New Jersey sparked Joe’s lifelong passion for the outdoors. And 40 years ago, he discovered the largely unsung adventures of Alabama’s vast natural playgrounds when he moved to Mobile, the hometown of his wife.
It was a big move for Joe, having built a name for himself as a radio broadcaster in the New York Metro area but soon he found his footing in Alabama where he continued
his radio career working in a variety of roles - news anchor/reporter/director, program director, music director, producer, and on-air talent.

Joe currently writes for a variety of online and print publications and is the author of seven outdoor recreation books that focus on the hiking, paddling, and tent camping in Alabama. His first,
Hiking Alabama, was published in 2000. The fifth edition of the guidebook will be released in spring 2022.

His love of hiking led him to be the President of the Gulf Coast Chapter of the Alabama Hiking Trail Society and later the trail building organization's statewide president where he was awarded the 2006 South Region Volunteer of the Year Award by the
American Hiking Society.

But Joe’s writing isn’t limited to outdoor recreation. His new book,
Space Oddities: Forgotten Stories of Mankind's Exploration of Space, will be released in July 2022. The book focuses on the lesser know but fascinating stories of spaceflight (see the book's landing page for more information.)

He has also co-authored a book on the history of baseball  in Alabama’s Port City, Mobile, which is the home of five Hall-of-Fame players, a book on the hidden history of the 300+ year old city of Mobile, travel articles for TravelAwaits.Com, humorous short stories (many of which you can hear in his "Joe's Shorts" podcasts), produces videos, and many more books are on the way.