We led all aspects of web development, content marketing, photography, and brand realignment. Our team visited Awamaki's headquarters in Ollantaytambo, Peru, deep within the Andean mountains to shoot video and collect content over a two week trip. That content resulted in a powerful mini-documentary that has aided Awamaki in growing their brand.

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Work included:


Web Design & Development

Building Ticketing system

Building financial payment system

Building donation system

Content Development

Building an email marketing system

Setting up their email accounts


Potluck & Pøison Ivy

Potluck and Poison Ivy is a live dinner and storytelling event in Argenta, Arkansas that invites you to bring your story to the table by sharing a meal and some good ole Southern storytelling. It’s a potluck of people, themes, and ways to tell a story, served with a hearty helping of laughter, Southern exaggerations, and even some unexpected poison ivy. Whether it’s scripted, unscripted, or an open mic storytelling casserole, this is one picnic you don’t want to miss.


My work included:

  1. Web Design & Development
  2. Photography
  3. Building Ticketing system
  4. Building financial payment system
  5. Building donation system
  6. Content Development
  7. Setting up their email accounts

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Maayde was Arkansas’ first e-commerce and product marketing community focused exclusively on locally produced artisan-made goods. In addition to offering a range of high-quality products for sale, Maayde developed digital content around the artisans through snappy interviews, captivating imagery and video.


Maayde was in the process of developing strategic partnerships with retail stores throughout the South to feature our products in brick and mortar retail environments when it was acquired by Bespoke Media Group. Later, Maayde morphed into Craft Movement.


I co-founded Maayde, developed all digital properties, 25+ artisan and B2B partnerships/contracts, captivating imagery and video, and written content, and managed media outreach/marketing.


The HUNT Guides

The HUNT Guides are the evolution of the Eat.Shop Guides that began life in Portland in 2003. These guides briefly went through a Rather Guides phase in 2011, but in early 2012, with a focus on expanding internationally, I acquired the guides, re-branded and refreshed the look, built a new team around them, and The HUNT Guides were reborn.

The guides became part of the Gatehouse Publishing family and continue to support the most wonderful and unique locally and passionately owned businesses around the world. The HUNT Guides is proud to showcase cities spanning the globe.

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