Mr. Aldax was previously an award-winning reporter for The San Francisco Examiner, where he launched, authored, and manned the popular Law & Disorder crime section and blog.
Over his 14 years as a newspaper reporter, Mr. Aldax earned a reputation for his objectivity, accuracy and fairness. For eight years, he covered nearly every journalism beat in the Bay Area, including politics, transportation, business, sports and education.
Before joining The Examiner in 2008, Mr. Aldax was an editor at the San Francisco Bay Area newswire Bay City News. He also held reporter positions at the Napa Valley Register,Garden Island Newspaper (Hawaii) and Queens Courier (New York).
Mr. Aldax has earned three San Francisco Peninsula Press Club awards for excellence in journalism, including first place for feature writing, and holds degrees from Fordham University (BA Communications) and the University of San Francisco (MFA Writing).
When Mr. Aldax isn’t on the clock, he assumes the role of a frustrated novelist. He also enjoys swimming, running, hiking, and playing water polo.