Portfolio

Social Media

I maintain personal accounts on numerous social networking sites including: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, YouTube, Google+ and Medium.

Atlanta Area Council

I currently operate the social media profiles for the Atlanta Area Council of the Boy Scouts of America.

 

I have previously managed accounts for the following brands:

Web Design

In addition to this site I have worked on the following sites in the capacities listed:

Bert Adams Scout Camp

I led a team of staff and volunteers in identifying a third-party provider to host this site and managed the migration of existing content and creation of new visual assets to support the current version.

Bert Adams Scout Camp Website

Woodruff Scout Camp

I led a team of staff and volunteers in identifying a third-party provider to host this site and managed the migration of existing content and creation of new visual assets to support the current version.

Woodruff Scout Camp Website

Atlanta Area Council Blog

A story gathering project in celebration of the Atlanta Area Council’s 100th Anniversary. I designed, built and managed this site including creating and curating all of the stories.

Atlanta Area Council Blog

Atlanta Area Council Site

The website for the Atlanta Area Council, run on Double Knot CMS. I manage all content and design elements on this site, as well as coordinating content updates with internal staff.

Atlanta Area Council Website

The Water Project

An interactive educational site explaining water related issues in the Appalachian region. I served as a Front-End and Back-End WordPress developer on this site. 

The Water Project site

Writing

In addition to the posts on this site, please see the links below for further examples of my writing:

I write and edit the blog for the Atlanta Area Council of the Boy Scouts of America.

In the spring of 2014 I wrote “Revolution by Example”, a historical essay on the economics of DIY Punk written as an independent study project, which I presented at the 2014 Midwest Pop Cultural Association Conference.

Video

Podcasts

Dudes Brunch

I currently host a podcast, called Dudes’ Brunch, which examines popular, alternative and internet culture on a weekly basis. Each week my panelists bring a topic they are interested in and present it for analysis to the group. I manage the promotion and logistical concerns for the show, which is recorded remotely via Skype and then uploaded natively on various platforms. You can view the show’s video content on YouTube, and listen to the flagship audio podcast at iTunes, Overcast or via a Podcast RSS feed.

Ten Minute Tech Talk

A weekly podcast I co-host with journalist Emily Bamforth summarizing the most important developments in technology and social media in less than ten minutes. Recorded via Skype call, edited in Adobe Audition and distributed via RSS for Apple Podcasts and other podcast apps. This show aims to explain technology news to a non-tech audience using humor

Forced Fandom

Originally launched as a spin-off of Dudes Brunch, Forced Fandom is a podcast dedicated to the things people love. Each season I approach a different fandom and either attempt to force someone to appreciate it, or have it forced upon me. The show is recorded via Skype and uploaded as a video podcast to YouTube. The first season covered the cult classic TV Drama Twin Peaks and the second covered the teen sitcom Gilmore Girls.