about

Jesse Harris

Scientist, Writer, and Marketer


Jesse Harris lives in Northern Ontario with his wife and son. He loves learning, social media, audiobooks, digital art, and coffee. He has been writing online since 2015. In that time has written about everything from video games to pharmaceutical manufacturing. You can see his writing portfolio here.

Jesse has two masters degrees:

Masters in Chemical Engineering (M.A.Sc): Assessing the biocompatibility of oligomers and amine-functionalized polymers for use in two-phase partitioning bioreactors (Link)

Masters in Chemistry (M.Sc.): Advances in 5-(Hydroxymethyl)Furfural Production From Cellulose Via CO2-Catalysis (Link)

Content creation experience includes:

  • About 10 academic publications
  • Written over 100 freelance articles
  • Managed several YouTube channels
  • Hosted three podcasts

Contact information can be found on home page:

Skills

Writing

I love to write. I’ve written everything from satirical video game reviews to in-depth analysis of pharmaceutical data management technology. Sometimes I even writing things that are good! Click here to see samples.

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Podcasting Hosting and Editing

I have been actively listening to podcasts since the early 2010’s, and started podcasting myself in the summer of 2016. During that time I have created over 100 podcast episodes across three different shows.

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Video Editing

I began creating videos during the summer of 2018, mainly related to gaming. Since then, I was able to teach myself the fundamentals of editing, composition, color correction, and YouTube analytics.

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Web Design and Analytics

During my time as a content creator, I have edited or owned 6 different websites, some of which were highly trafficked. While I do not have training in HTML or any other coding language, I am comfortable managing a website.

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Science and Engineering

My graduate studies were largely spent in the laboratory. During this period, I worked with a range of equipment. This experience also taught me the importance of resourcefulness and patience.

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Business and Administration

Between my work, studies, and content creation, I have been using productivity software continuously for many years. This has included learning advanced functions within these programs.

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