I’m a born-and-bred Kentucky boy from Louisville … and we pronounce it Lou-a-vull for those wanting to know. I couldn’t be contained in the Commonwealth, and my years have taken me from the Bluegrass state down to the sunny skies of Tampa and now up to Washington, DC.
My professional responsibilities have always remained in the communications/journalism industry in some way. I’ve been a copy editor and page designer for a major metropolitan newspaper (Tampa Bay Times). I’ve also designed magazines for the Scripps family of networks HGTV, Food Network, and DIY. Before returning to the publishing world, I spent five years as art director of a national nonprofit establishing a creative department where one previously didn’t exist, and helped redesign the organization’s website and manage the creative process of three national conferences.
I recently completed a one-year program through American University in digital media skills, and I currently work as the homepage editor at Washingtonian Magazine. And indulging my inner geek, I am in my 10th year writing Game On, a weekly video game review column distributed nationally.
I encourage you to look around the site, explore my ever-growing portfolio of projects and check out my tweets, photos, and thoughts on my blog. Thanks again for coming by, stay in touch.
Unfortunately we're approaching the point where none of this gets taken seriously until someone dies directly from… https://t.co/X7vt9RznMR
Remarkable is not nearly strong enough. Disgusting that this is an elected person for public office. https://t.co/E9TKbrA2y4
Email: Senior PGA Championship Returns to DC! Me: Cool, I play golf, let's buy tickets. Email: At Trump National Golf Club. Me: Delete.
My first try at a homemade photo studio. Flowers stay still and don't critique you...
Skating the Brooklyn Banks
Images from a pro day at the legendary Banks under the Brooklyn Bridge...
St. Elizabeth’s Asylum
Images from my visit to an abandoned mental institution. Creepiness ensues...
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