Monitor Lizard

Versatility is My Middle Name

What do monitor lizards, Major League Baseball player Ben Zobrist, and I have in common? We are each versatile in our respective fields.

In the field of survival, monitor lizards need to be ranked near the top. They can thrive in a desert, forest, or wetland, and while they are primarily known for being predators (ex: komodo dragon), three species of the monitor lizard developed a fruit-based diet to adapt to their surroundings: the panay monitor, the Northern Sierra Madre forest monitor, and the Gray’s monitor.

Ben Zobrist is considered the “gold standard” of all utility players in baseball. He can pretty much play any position on the field. In 2014, he played five different positions with the Tampa Bay Rays: second base, shortstop, right field, center field, and left field. The two-time all-star is one of the few everyday starters that performs this role and helped the Kansas City Royals end their 30-year World Series drought in 2015. The next year, he helped the Chicago Cubs erase an unfathomable championship drought and earned the honors of World Series MVP.

I, on the other hand, possess a multimedia skill set that would be of great benefit to your company’s content marketing efforts. I encourage you to explore my online portfolio, as you will see firsthand what I can do for you in terms of writing, video editing, photography, and even graphic design projects.

If you would like to contact me regarding a position you are trying to fill, you can send an email to or fill out the contact form on the About Mr. Bean page.



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