Articles & Clippings
The only thing I like better than being outside doing outside stuff is writing about outside and outside stuff, especially if I am allowed to be humorous in the process. Thankfully my friends at Tripleblaze don’t mind me cracking a few jokes in my product reviews. Check out my review of this great pack by [...]
I wrote this short story to be entered into the Creative Loafing fiction contest. It did not win or garner any recognition at all. I read a lot of short stories and I often don’t understand why the ones that get published and awarded do so. They often seem like long poems to me with [...]
My friends at Scoutmob were once again kind enough to ask me to write a few words for them. This time I was asked to form a short paragraph on what I would do with my last $20 in Atlanta. Check out my entry on their site!
I have been working hard on my standup game lately, and also pitching Creative Loafing frantically to let me write for them again. I got lucky and these two initiatives converged! Check out my article on standup here.
This is a short film I wrote with my friend Travis Broyles (@travisbroyles). It is about a werewolf. I hope you like it. We were very pleased to be tweeted about by Rooftop Comedy, and we got a nice note from 5 Second Films as well. And we got a very nice mention [...]
After many years of pleading, also known as “pitching” in the freelance writing world, I finally was able to get hired to write for my local Atlanta alt weekly, Creative Loafing. I’m immensely pleased. Not only that, but the article was “Most Popular” on the site!
Here we have a comedic article for my friends at Singletracks.com. I was inspired to write this after I lost a part of my bicycle that was ridiculously hard to replace, rendering my entire bike useless. If you like bikes, jokes, or breathing air, you’ll love it.
Overjoyed to once again have been asked to write for singletracks.com, and I got to review an awesome pair of sunglasses by Tifosi optics. I’m not just saying that because they gave me a pair either. They really are sweet as monkey meat.
I like to ride bikes, even when I’m in the woods. The fine people at singletracks.com realize this, and asked me if I had any thoughts about my experiences. Naturally, I had a few, most of which revolve around how bad I am at mountain bikes. Oh well, thanks for letting me write on your [...]
I pestered the world famous Gear Junkie, Stephen Regenold, until he let me write an article for him. He told me I needed to find a mentor in the business of outdoor writing to help me get my foot in the door. I said “Great! I’ll start with you.” This is a review of a [...]
Pleased as punch to once again have my words and photos in the Summer 2012 issue of Georgia Music Magazine. Please subscribe so they can afford to keep having me back! This time I wrote about The VOICE at Children’s Hospital of Atlanta, a closed-circuit media radio/TV station started by Ryan Seacrest whose mission is [...]
Scoutmob is a great company full of awesome people who don’t mind if I write silly stuff for their web page. I really appreciate it. I love writing historical pieces, and this one was no exception. Thanks Scoutmob!
I was lucky enough to be hired again by Georgia Music Magazine to write an article for them, this time on custom case makers Georgia Case. Buy a copy and check it out!
My friend Steve Kamb of Nerdfitness.com asked me to write a beginner’s guide to biking for him. Thanks, Steve!
The fine folks at Georgia Music Magazine saw a memorial I wrote for my friend and former bandmate Lance Tilton, and published it in their magazine in their Summer 2010 issue #21.
Friend and fitness expert Steve Kamb asked me to write up an article about my thoughts on my 100lb weight loss for his site Nerdfitness.com. So, I did!
I wrote a post on the Art of Manliness blog about training for an Ironman. Thanks to Brett McKay for running it!
I was hired by the fine folks at Zug.com to write about my experience throwing a party after winning $250-worth of Spencer’s gear. It was ridiculous indeed!