Here are a bunch of things I've made or helped make.
A collection of National Park Symbols provided in 3 styles of Scalable Vector Graphics and fonts
NYC and Chattanooga Meetup groups for getting together to jam or work on songwriting together.
A version of Escape Capsule recorded at Beaird Music Group in Nashville, TN
Web app to help you decide which Jackbox game to play with your friends based on the number of people and other factors.
A text file format for transcribing the chords and lyrics for a song and converting it to HTML.
Boy meets girl. Boy is the ship's computer. Boy loses girl.
A song about how winter can intensify your longing for somebody.
A guitar rock cover of the Mission to Zyxx theme song.
A podcast about poetry that I do the audio engineering and intro music for.
A cover of an old R.E.M. song, done with Oliver Switzer
A song-a-month guitar piece done in February of 2016.
A song-a-month song done in only 24 hours. This was my personal anthem in January of 2016.
November 2015's song-a-month songs. Another guitar instrumental, this time in 7/8.
A bass-centric song-a-month song for October 2015.
For September's song-a-month this guitar shredder piece came out of nowhere. A poor man's Joe Satriani!
August's song-a-month written while being away from a loved one.
The theme to Metroid, if it was performed by 1970's Genesis.
A trail map for mountain biking in Granite Knolls.
A trail map for mountain biking in Woodlands Legacy Fields Park.
The first mountain biking trail map I ever made for the park that helped start my mountain biking journey.
My entry for Ludum Dare 26 in April of 2013. A game where you do your best to avoid picking anything up, no matter how shiny and tempting!
A tiny, incomplete game written using Ruby/Chingu for Ludum Dare in April of 2012.
A Rails app for tracking your collect of D & D miniatures.
An Unreal Tournament 2003 mod version of one of my all-time favorite arcade games - Marble Madness.
A capture the flag variant created for the original Unreal Tournament.
My college band's self-titled album.
My college band's 5 song CD. That's a compact disc for you young ones.