Currently residing in the sunny, tropical environs of South Florida, Blake Reznik has been writing for the web since the year 2000. Spending the past 15 years living between NYC, Los Angeles and Portland, Oregon, he has been crafting copy and high-profile content for businesses and agencies both large and small. Though his focus has been in the entertainment and automotive sectors, he sees the human body much like the engine of a car: you get out what you put in. When he’s not writing, you can find him shooting hoops, walking his Yorkshire Terrier, reminiscing about Golden Era hip-hop music and photo-documenting graffiti and street art. Blake earned a B.A. in Communication Studies from Florida Atlantic University, with a focus on Written Communications.
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