Voice over, East View Mall

Recorded for K2, an award-winning creative studio celebrating over 20 years in business.
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Voice over, Curtis 1000

Recorded for Curtis 1000 in Duluth, GA
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Writing: Ekornes

Handcrafted Character

Sankofa is a West African word from the Akan language that means “reach back to get it”. It also refers to a symbol: a bird looking over its back grabbing an egg with its beak. In Charleston, SC, you can find this image on tombstones. One cemetery has the symbol mounted to a wall with a plaque translating Sankofa to mean: “Looking to your past in order to move forward.”

Carline, a woman visiting this historic area, saw the symbol and was instantly hooked. She said that after seeing it she spent weeks looking obsessively for some rendition of the symbol. Finally, she found just what she was looking for on Etsy; A small, wooden Sankofa.

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Writing: Ekornes Blog

Build it and They Will Come

“There is pleasure in the pathless woods, there is rapture in the lonely shore, there is society where none intrudes, by the deep sea, and music in its roar; I love not Man the less, but Nature more.” ~ Lord Byron

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Scriptwriting, VO

I wrote and voiced the Canoochee EMC script for Blue Voyage Productions. It was used for a major organizational conference.

Canoochee EMC is a not-for-profit cooperative serving nine Georgia counties.

GoNorth Animal Transport

Carmen Trammell and her rescue dog, Fred

GoNorth Animal Transport: Sending dogs to new homes up North

Some people dedicate themselves so completely to a cause that they give selflessness an entirely new meaning. Carmen Trammell, a long-time resident of South Knoxville, happens to be one of these people.
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Where the Wild things Are

Where the Wild Things Are: Exploring South Knoxville’s Urban Wilderness

Originally printed in the July/August 2013 edition of Cityview Magazine

If you live in Knoxville, you might have heard of it – that area, south of the Tennessee River with the strange assortment of neighborhoods and people, the body farm, those retro motels along along Chapman Highway sweetly paying homage to a time when South Knoxville was truly the gateway to the Smokies.
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