With over three years of experience covering tech news, reviews, and consumer guides, Chazz has grown to approach his work with a concise, humanist perspective.
After graduating from the University of New Haven with a BA in Communications, Mair found success working as a social media manager for school districts and authors before branching out into a writing career of his own. He began with a blog where he covered old media and interviewed indie creatives about their projects. On the side, he wrote tech news, consumer guides, reviews, and explainers for Wired, Screenrant, TechRadar, U.S. News and World Report, and more until he once again decided to broaden his horizons.
Now, Mair writes about tech, race, and entertainment as a freelancer while continuing to further explore his hobbies.
When he's not working, Mair enjoys writing comics, music, stand-up comedy, and investigating all the ways that new technology has changed old media.
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