Among other things, I am or have been a:
Photographic artist, dad, sci-fan fan, problem solver, video maker, marketer, journalist, manager, editor, writer, web dude, social media evangelist, voracious reader, MFA, Ironman triathlete, lackadaisical neat freak, word lover, Georgia boy, mountaineer, teenager, basketball player, college boy, punk rocker, dishwasher, good listener, top student, big city guy, seafood eater, traveler, entrepreneur, sitter on porches, admirer of cookie monster, talker, introvert, attention hog, perfectionist, slacker, ultimate player, music lover, mediocre guitarist, project manager, fidgeter, risk taker, escapist, lover, keeper of records, daydreamer, the guy who shows up and does what he says he’ll do.
I live in Atlanta with my wife, two human children, and two cats. I am the Web Communications Specialist for the human rights program at The Carter Center, where I work on building online community to promote human rights and dignity around the world.
I have also taken up sailing.
Previously I was an online community manager for Pearson Education and digital media strategist for Public Broadcasting Atlanta, where I focused on finding ways to integrate the station’s various media streams and capabilities into a coherent whole that addresses community and organizational needs to enhance their digital presence. From 2009-2011 I was the Savannah College of Art and Design‘s first social media manager.
I published Art Relish, documenting visual art around Atlanta, from 2007-2015.
I like to make things happen.