Bryant’s business out in Montana selling hot dogs has been booming and I’m so jacked for him that he made it happen. I think everyone in their life needs someone to keep their stoke up and not only tell you … Continue reading
After 4 hard interviews and travels to and from D.C. I’ve accepted a once in a lifetime job offer with the global leader in GIS/Cartography. I will be working with Esri’s Story Maps team headed by the legendary Cartographer Allen … Continue reading
While free-lancing at XNR we are in the final stages of production for a children’s atlas with National Geographic Books. Here’s a sample!
After long anticipation for the Map I built while at National Geographic it has finally wrapped up with the folks in the Maps Division. As a print it is a 7 page folded map guide intended to help visitors get … Continue reading
I haven’t posted in awhile but it’s because I’ve been in a bit of a transition from my former desk job with National Geographic Maps to guiding for the Summer in Montana. This summer I’m working at Montana River Guides, … Continue reading
Recently the UWEC News Bureau inquired about my undergraduate career and how it shaped what I’m doing now. It turned into a great article that was helped by my favorite professor, Christina Hupy. I think the article speaks for itself … Continue reading
The American Prairie Reserve is a massive project to create one of the largest conservation lands in America. It will rival that of the Serengeti and double the size of the State of Connecticut. Privately funded and publicly accessible the prairie is one … Continue reading
The War of 1812 map that depicts the numerous battles and troop movements involved in the War was made a few years back. Parks Canada wants to use it at one of their locations and current with Canadian law everything must be in both French and in English. Originally made in English we we’re in contact with a French Translator who helped translate much of the text elements. French, being much longer than English made for a challenge in finding room on this already large factual map. It was set to go out next week and was the second side project I was able to help with while at National Geographic. It can be viewed here. War of 1812