AboutMe

I'm a Georgia Bulldog and Atlanta United fan living in Middle Tennessee with a wife and son who somehow manage to tolerate a Christian Fantasy writer in the house. Having grown up on comic books and Swords & Sorcery novels, I gained an early passion for storytelling. I made a career from that passion after earning a bachelor's degree in Telecommunications from the University of Georgia's School of Journalism in the early 90s. 

I am now a veteran video producer who has worked in broadcasting, cable advertising, documentaries, and military contract work. I've won advertising awards in three different television markets and have flown around the world to shoot everything from interviews in the Vatican to freedom fighters in the Nuba region of Sudan. I've worked with Army Generals, Archbishops and athletes. I've managed studios, hosted news conferences, and directed live shows. As an editor, I started on analog 1" reel-to-reel videotape in a broadcast control room and now just do everything from my cubicle. And through it all, my best work comes down to just telling a good story.

Ever since I read "Dragons of Autumn Twilight" by Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman in 1984, I have known that I wanted to write an epic medieval fantasy series. Later, as I became aware of a certain trepidation from some Christians towards the fantasy genre, I decided that I wanted to make it my mission to prove there was room for God-honoring Christian Fantasy in fiction. I will leave it for others to decide how well I have done, but I'm thrilled with my Galahad's Doom series and I hope it can find its audience. I love to hear from my readers. If  you have read any of my books, please do not hesitate to reach out to me. I'd love to chat.

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