Boldizar has published journalism, art criticism and cultural essays in a wide variety of nonfiction venues, including The Globe and Mail, Harper's Bazaar, Shambhala Sun, Liberty Magazine, C-Arts Magazine, and Harvard Law Record, as well as law review articles in the European Journal of International Law and Golden Gate Law Review. He worked as an editor of C-Arts Magazine, a contemporary art magazine published out of Singapore, for which he has interviewed artists like Damien Hirst and Ashley Bickerton.
Boldizar has written on everything from the Maoist rebellion in Nepal to competing at the world championships in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu for various newspapers and magazines, including The Globe and Mail, Harper's Bazaar, Shambhala Sun, Liberty Magazine, Gracie Magazine, the Tennessee Tribune and others. He also had a weekly column for the Harvard Law Record where he defended the anomic, drank the chthonic and threw large rocks.
While at law school, Boldizar had brief delusions of becoming a law professor. To that end, he published law review articles in the European Journal of International Law (EJIL) and Golden Gate Law Review. The EJIL, published out of Oxford University, is professor-edited and considered one of the apex journals of international law.
Boldizar has been writing for Wall Street clients since 2005, with thousands of projects ranging from Times Square billboards to tweets, client brochures to website text to whitepapers. Clients include Morgan Stanley Wealth Management, Morgan Stanley Investment Management, Morgan Stanley at Work, Blackstone, Bank of New York Mellon, Cohen & Steers, Artivest, Van Kampen Investments, and The City of New York.