Since 2005, when my wife and I moved to Atlanta, we've been involved in numerous monumental projects (companies, books, ideas, etc...) resulting in all types of interesting experiences and lessons learned.
This page exists to share the projects of my past as well as what I'm working on currently. I'd love to hear from you if any of these projects connect.
Specifically, From The Garden to the Cross will focus on Jesus’ moments in the garden of Gethsemane to his death on the cross at Golgotha. My original idea was to explore what we can learn about finishing well from Jesus’ journey but I’m open to seeing how the project may evolve in an unexpected direction as it’s written.
What do business owners do when year after year they can't rise above the wall they're facing? There's great potential in running a business, but it's not as easily accessible as it seems. In the Jump, we'll explore what it takes to rise above and move forward.
The goal of Movie Shapes is to overcome the problems of unhelpful reviewer ratings, confusing audience feedback, bad streaming algorithm matches, and arguments between friends on whether a movie is good (or not).
What started out as a compelling parable at Noodlehead Marketing, resulted in an expected & amazing journey. Unfortunately, until now, the project went into hibernation with the shut down of Noodlehead in 2014.
In 2011, I wrote an executive summary for a documentary feature film project called America Together. Over the years, I've made little tweaks to the summary based on different ideas I've had. It seems the vision for this project is needed now more than ever, so let's explore making it happen.
Hygenie was an abandoned idea and potential business partnership inspired by the pandemic to develop "Solutions To Protect Your ENTIRE FAMILY From The Unnecessary Spread of Disease". Our mission was to prevent, mitigate, and change behavior to accomplish the vision stated above.
From 2007-2014, we ran an internet marketing company. Our successful start was filled with chaos, so we quickly transformed into a team with intentionality helping others.
Escape was my serious attempt in 2007 at creating a short film. Unfortunately, we were unable to film all the scenes we needed. In 2013 I decided to compile the footage into a trailer as a way to close out the project.
SaveTheSoldiers.com was an online community started in 2006 devoted to honoring and supporting the Soldiers and Marines that sacrifice their lives. Unfortunately, the project would quickly go off the rails.