I joined the School of Law as Director of Web Services in 2004. The previous eleven years, I was the University Webmaster for the University, and during that time I also served as the manager of the Internet Solutions Group for UofSC Computer Services, where I was responsible for the the coordination, planning, and implementation of web-based projects.
I received my Bachelor of Arts degree in English from Armstrong State College in Savannah, Georgia. I received my Master of Library and Information Science degree from the library school at UofSC, and have completed coursework toward a PhD in Higher Education Administration from the UofSC College of Education. I have taught University 101 at the University and Internet Communications at Midlands Technical College.
In the past, I have been (in no particular order): newspaper boy (Cape Cod Times); fireworks seller; bookseller; library clerk; baker; pastry chef; and soldier (M1 Abrams crewman).
My work-related special interests include online communications, epub creation, and technology and its uses in higher education. I am active in my parish, Church of the Apostles (Anglican), and enjoy reading about ritual, liturgy, and sacramental rites. I also am active with Scouting. My hobbies include coin collecting (foreign coins and paper currency) and book collecting (Anglicanism).