Freelance and Relocation Period 2003-Current
Design, Hendersonville, NC http://shadowboxdesign.com/
Hendersonville High, Hendersonville, NC 2004-Current
Community College, Advisor and Consultant Fall 2003
of Montana Western, Dillon, MT 2001-2003
Direct Daily Operations of Technology Center.
Oversaw Director of Graphics and Reproductions and print services on campus.
Designed and oversaw of all technology professional development.
Researched, ordered, and installed all furnishings.
Researched, ordered, and oversaw installation of all systemic and area specific equipment in technical center.
Designed training plan for faculty use of Center.
Researched, facilitated committee meetings and wrote recommendation for course management software for campus.
Wrote state-level grant application for additional funding for chancellor.
Wrote university Technology Plan.
Conducted executive administration retreat and technology professional development.
Designed and began institution of faculty professional development for entire campus in technology infusion.
Wrote technology-in-education statement for NCATE certification preparedness.
Oversight for 20+ staff of full-time and student workers.
Directed Center staffing
and coordination for multiple outside conferences.
City Schools, Asheville,
NC 1992 - 2001
Researched, ordered, and installed new networked media lab ($85,000) 1999
Developed and instruct software design, web design courses.
Instructed and oversaw award-winning, student-operated television center.
Designed and installed full professional television studio.
Developed and instructed live-production course.
Produced weekly news package on teen issues for regional station (24 market share).
Developed and instructed editing/post-production course.
Developed and instituted ongoing, community-service component to all coursework.
Designed and installed student-run, professional remote truck for outside live projects.
Produced daily, in-house news show ("One of the ten best in country" Channel One Inc. 1997-1999).
Generated student product on recycling (excellence recognized by Governor 1999).
Graduating student won $30,000 National Academy of Motion Picture Scholarship. 2000 (merit-based as per his class portfolio, 2 given nationally)