Software Engineer, Speaker, Photographer
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I am a Microsoft .NET, Sitecore, and JavaScript developer working just outside Atlanta, GA.

Besides web and software development, I enjoy creative writing, photography, hiking, and a good bourbon.

In 2018 I joined the Sitecore community as a technology MVP, and I always look forward to my next learning opportunity. As a software developer, I believe that simplicity is the root of quality.

I have written and published a few web apps and aim to share my tools, experience, and knowledge as a proficient .NET and Sitecore developer.

My professional résumé is always available online.


Learning Opportunities, Speaking, Consulting

Since early 2011, I have focused on developing awesome Sitecore solutions for a variety of clients. Today, I share my experience via mentoring, speaking, and Sitecore Spark.

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Sitecore Spark


Sitecore Spark is my blog for Sitecore development best-practices, technical tips, and industry perspectives.

Sitecore MVP

Thanks to a wonderful community and my involvement with Sitecore Spark, I was selected as a Sitecore MVP (Technologist) from 2018 to 2021.


I've presented Sitecore-based topics to numerous clients, user groups, and colleagues. Looking for an interesting topic at a user group or conference? See the Speaking section below.


I'm currently a Sales Engineer with Sitecore, Inc. Since 2011 I have focused on bringing innovative Sitecore solutions to clients, and today I focus on demoing the next generation of headless, composable DXP solutions to upcoming Sitecore customers.


Apps, Code Samples, Downloads


Sharing Experience to Further Knowledge

I've presented diverse technology topics to clients, colleagues, and conferences all over the world. Whether mentoring one-on-one or presenting to an auditorium of hundreds, my goals are the same: spark conversation, foster new ideas, and educate fellow developers.

A few of my favorite engagements so far:

A sampling of feedback I've received from attendees at various conferences:

Here are some of my favorite presentations. If you're interested in having me present one or more of the below topics, please contact me.

A React Crash Course for Backend Dinosaurs

Front-End | JavaScript | React

The future of the web is headless and composable, so join me, fellow dinosaurs, as we update our skillsets with modern JavaScript and React. Learn ES5/ES6 concepts and basic React in under 60 mins.

JavaScript: The (Really) Good Parts

JavaScript | History | Common Practices

JavaScript is old by most measurements, but it's innovating faster than ever. Learn about the (really) good parts of JavaScript - from ES3 (1999) to the latest and greatest of ES2023.

This is a Promise That You'll Understand Asynchronous Programming with JavaScript

JavaScript | Asynchronous programming | Promises

Learn about asynchronous programming in JavaScript by understanding the fundamentals of Promises: why they were added to the language, what you need to write your own, how async/await fix Promise chaining, recent API changes, and much more.

Stop Stopping and Start Presenting: Practical Tips for Speaking at Your Favorite Technology Conferences

Soft Skills | Public Speaking

Take it from someone who hates public speaking: it's actually pretty fun! In this session, I share tips for how I overcame nerves and started public speaking at technology conferences all over the country.

The Road Not Taken: The Journey from Software Developer to Sales Engineer

Career Advice | Sales

Let's talk about what to expect (and not expect!), essential skills to bring over (and gain along the way!), and other lessons-learned in the transition from software architect to sales engineer that can help you decide if a similar career change is right for you.

From Average to Awesome In a Few Short Years

Soft Skills | Career Management

How did I go from a struggling C-average student to a successful solutions architect and Sitecore MVP? This session will highlight real tips and advice for setting proper goals and how to measurably progress towards them. Let my stories, lessons, and experiences inspire you to achieve real goals and be your very best, even if "imposter syndrome" is your middle name.


Questions and Comments Welcomed