These are some of my favorite games I've played that have been published, which might give you a taste of my range of style:
-Here's the game (in blog form with my annotations) that was published in the Chess Life Magazine (March 2017 issue) and that won a brilliancy prize in the Eastern Open. I sacrificed my queen for a bishop and knight, gaining long-term pressure as compensation. This pressure ultimately resulted in my pieces storming my opponent's position. This tweet features the magazine article itself.
-In another Dragon, I defeated a teen who went on to become a grandmaster a few years later. After some lengthy maneuvering, I sacrificed two pawns to open up fresh lines, then sacrificed my rook (twice) to enter the enemy position with devastating effect. The rook was taboo on both counts, and I simply emerged with an extra bishop and raging attack, prompting my opponent's resignation. (You'll probably get revenge on me one day, GM Erik Hansen, but I'll put up a good fight either way!) :)
-If you scroll down to game 11 (at the New York State Championship vs. E. Treger), this is one of the endgames that I am most proud of, preferring strong positional advantage over small material advantage, then using precise maneuvers to convert this positional advantage into a decisive material advantage, winning.
-This is a collection I'm compiling called "Best Chess Games Collection for the Rest of Us." It's open to all, comprised of games that have been submitted by anyone who came across my blog. So far, it includes 13 masterpieces from players of various ages and levels of experience. Submit yours, too!