Progress over platitudes

Worked with Jack Powers on a final column for The Flat Hat. It asks a simple question. Suicide isn’t unique to the College of William and Mary, so why does it feel like it is?


Last design

Finished up work at The Flat Hat with this graphic. Fantastic four year run with the paper made better by the staff – looking forward to watching the paper’s continued improvement next year.


General Dynamics Mission Systems

Old post on Rescue 21 picked up and rerun by GDMS as a Featured Story:

It’s good to be Tony

It’s good to be Tony Shaver.

Ten months removed from his third appearance in the Colonial Athletic Association Championship in the last seven seasons, William and Mary’s head coach fields a 9-6 squad that’s playing as well as any team in the conference. Saturday’s 81-73 win over James Madison pushed the College to 3-1 in league play.

Even after losing career 1,000-point scorers Brandon Britt ’14 and Tim Rusthoven ’14 in May, Shaver has found ways to win and ways to score. Sophomore guard Daniel Dixon and sophomore forward Omar Prewitt each chip in significant minutes, while junior big man Sean Sheldon offers his best Rusthoven impression night in and night out.

Not as prolific as last season, Shaver’s bench holds its own. But it’s what is still prolific that makes Shaver’s job one of the best in the CAA: senior guard Marcus Thornton and junior forward Terry Tarpey.


Design samples, 2.0

Design samples from the fall ’14 semester while working for The Flat Hat.



Produced the annual Flat Hat Sports basketball preview Thursday night, complete with print-exclusive content, online material and a new installment of the Flat Hat Sports Talk podcast.


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Flat Hat Sports Talk

Introducing the Flat Hat sports desk’s weekly podcast. A shot at the world of sports talk: