A dating podcast by two guys who definitely shouldn't have a dating podcast.
I co-host a comedy podcast focused on personal experiences navigating modern dating apps. I help drive conversation and conduct interviews with guests ranging from a relationship therapist, app developers, the host of another dating podcast, and a professional dominatrix. I record audio with two Blue Yeti microphones, mix and edit with Audacity, design artwork using Adobe Photoshop and conduct marketing and advertising efforts.
I write articles for Tinder’s Swipe Life blog. Swipe Life focuses on issues and narratives involving online dating. My work leverages my storytelling abilities, my personal experience as a single man in New York City, and insight gained through my dating podcast, The Undesirables.
From 2014 to 2016, I wrote breaking news, editorials, features, interviews, previews, and reviews. I flew to events across the country to cover unfinished games and get in-depth interviews with developers, publishers, and voice actors. I appeared on The Sitdown video podcast, and my opinion editorial on Star Wars: Battlefront broke Hardcore Gamer's all-time record for page views in a single day with 200,000 and went on to become Hardcore Gamer's most trafficked article of 2015.
I used to watch shows like The Office or Parks and Recreation and laugh at how ridiculous the characters were, sure that none of these people could actually exist. Then I started working at a community college.
From 2014 to 2015, I contributed news articles and opinion editorials, participated in the POPcast GO podcast, and appeared on the Let's Talk and Game On! video series.
Welcome to the next generation in rapper-based weather forecasts.
Introducing DRAKE WEATHER PHONE, a new way to have updated weather conditions delivered directly to your Android phone by Drake.
As the world around you changes, so will your Drake forecast, automatically updating your phone’s background without you having to lift a finger. Even if you change locations, Drizzy will always keep you updated on if it’s drizzly outside.
From 2007 to 2013, I created and managed a video game coverage blog with the goal of delivering the quality of a bigger site with a full staff. Several of my articles were featured on VentureBeat, trended on Reddit, and helped foster a small community. The most popular article, a review of Assassin's Creed: Revelations, earned over 250,000 lifetime views.
From 2010 to 2011, I was the Entertainment Editor of the University of Mary Washington's student newspaper, and was the Online Editor from 2011 to 2012. I managed a staff of 25 writers, commissioned and edited the articles, produced two pages of layout a week, and revamped the website. As well, I won 1st place in the Virginia Press Association's college awards in the Critical Writing category for both 2010 and 2011.