Arthur is well versed in all forms of communications and appreciates the need to fit the medium to the message. He has won numerous awards for his film and interactive scripts for projects on social justice and women’s rights. He the award-winning documentary Digital Dharma and wrote the script for a video biography of Mme. Justice Clare, the "great dissenter" on the Supreme Court of Canada. He also wrote all scripts for Abraham Lincoln’s Crossroads, an interactive educational game on the National Constitution Center’s website. Arthur co-authored The Aftermath of Rape (Lexington Books), a groundbreaking computer-based analysis of the psychosocial adjustment patterns and criminal justice system treatment of sexual assault victims. He is coauthor of The Living Memories Project (scheduled for publication in 2013) and has ghostwritten several books for corporate executives, as well as writing radio, TV and print ads for the major ad campaigns of leading suppliers of consumer products. Two of his many stage plays have recently been produced.