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Mini Bio

I’m a southern gentleman. Born and raised in a charming town in Southern Virginia—population 700 people.

Growing up in Smalltown, U.S.A. nurtured my creativity and fueled my ambition. My father (an engineer) and my mother (an artist) helped spark a lifelong obsession with multimedia and technology. Our family business afforded us to travel, so my sisters and I went with them all over the world—so began my wanderlust.

While in college at Radford University, I discovered Freebording. After about a year, I was sponsored by the company and started working for them as a multimedia producer for the East Coast. They ended up sending me all over the country to represent them at trade shows, rides, and TV shows including a trip to NYC to be on Good Morning America. I also consulted for a 2008 Freebord viral video: Freebord Tetris.

After graduation, I worked at Glass Dynamics as a media manager where I produced high-quality marketing assets (architectural and product photography, brand videos, and a new website) on a tight budget. I planned and executed a tour across the East Coast in which I photographed and captured many time-lapses of various buildings that featured the company’s glass.

In 2012 I accepted a job as the marketing director at Freebord Mfg. in San Francisco. During my years at Freebord, I learned the ins-and-outs of running a business and honed my marketing skills. By marketing a product like Freebord, I learned how to turn weaknesses into strengths and community into active brand ambassadors. A few highlights would be the GoPro video, Travel Channel Segment, and Color the Streets.

I’m currently working in startups on branding and multimedia strategy… aka storytelling.

Thanks for reading!