I am a senior-level creative focused on user experience, creative processes, digital products and branding. I have over 15 years experience working in the interactive, television and print industries developing and delivering innovative, best-in-class customer experiences.
My strengths also include conceptualization, creative direction, brand development, organizational leadership and technical expertise.
As a child I grew up running wild through the woods of rural Alabama. There I developed a great love of nature, the outdoors and a longing to learn and explore.
After studying Graphic Design and graduating from the University of Alabama with a Bachelors of Fine Arts, I landed my first professional position at CNN as a broadcast designer. During a 3 year stint at Turner I helped launch the CNNSI television network and CNNSI.com.
Next, I spent 3 years at the digital agency Scient, formerly iXL, serving Fortune 500 clientele. When the internet bubble burst in 2002, I joined Dover Motorsports as Creative Director, working behind the scenes of NASCAR Sprint Cup and Indy Car racing. There I establish a new creative department supporting 8 racetracks around the country and helped create the Miles the Monster character.
I returned to my roots and relocated back to Atlanta in 2005. Once I returned closer to home I continued to hone my skills for a local digital agency before returning to Turner Sports in 2008. I presently serve as Sr. Design Director and manage the creative staff for March Madness Live and NCAA.com.
My hobbies include golf, nature hikes, fitness, drawing and painting. I currently reside in Atlanta, GA with my wife and children.