My background includes serving as a social media manager and media specialist for a local company that owns a nation-wide, fast-casual pizza restaurant, a local country club, a surgical hospital, a local boutique, and is the nation’s largest franchisee of Auntie Anne’s Pretzels. I basically work for five companies at once. In my time here, I have created numerous marketing materials, social media campaigns, video promotions, web sites, and a custom built digital signage system that I developed.
Previously, I worked on a travel documentary series that chronicled adventure motorcycle travel across the country. I acted as a videographer, field director, post production lead, and social media manager. The documentary team had the privilege to speak and present at numerous events such as the Overland Expo, and our 2009 production of 7 Days, 17 Hours – Chasing History Along the Pony Express Trail was the winner of the people’s choice Telly Award.
During my education and career, I have gained knowledge and proficiency with the Adobe Creative Cloud Suite, Avid Systems, and Final Cut Pro. I have worked on projects as big as the continent and as small as a board room, and always treat my work with careful attention to detail. My goal is always to create compelling content that informs and entertains.
I currently live in Ohio with my wife, Jessica, and my adorable twin daughters, Sophia and Olivia. My hobbies are cooking and barbecue, video games, golf, and travel. I co-host two podcasts, The Exploding Barrel Podcast and Too Old For This. I am a massive Disney fan. My favorite movies include Star Wars and Who Framed Roger Rabbit. My favorite ride in Walt Disney World is Tower of Terror. My favorite restaurant is Narcoossee’s. My favorite color is blue.