Web sites built:
Celtic Fringe Web design
West Wisconsin Land Trust
Stormy Weather Players
The Art of David Geister, historic artist
The Raven's Blog, political blog
The Upper Mississippi Brigade, War of 1812 reenactors.
J. Henderson Artifacts, historic stoneware.
Walden Enterprises, parent of WaZoo!
The Organics, currently in development
RHC & Associates, technical recruiter
Teenlife.net , short-lived teenage magazine. I was also editor.
A Strand of the Celtic Fringe, my personal and web design site.
Stellent Content Management: I was the Webmaster and Intranet Administrator for Stellent, Inc. and have subsequently done contract work for Stellent customers including Walgreens, H.B. Fuller, and the MN Dept. of Revenue.
A script used by the Minnesota Historical Society in its territorial period exhibit and occasionally reused, The Fashion of the Country.
A monologue of Grant Marsh being used at Fort Union by the State Historical Society of North Dakota
A fribble for the Motley Fools web site
"The Eviction of the Squatters from Ft. Snelling" was published by Hennepin History Magazine in Spring 2000.
I edited the School Day Program booklet for Historic Fort Snelling, and subsequently built an HTML version. The site manager recommended it for implementation.
The QuikPages (later renamed Innuity, now defunct), 1997-98 where I wrote, coded and edited web pages for small businesses. I was the principal trainer of web designers and assisted customers with technical problems.
In addition to the writing/editing mentioned above, I have written and edited organizational newsletters, I am a produced playwright, published historian, and I have written editorials and a short story.
Essay Reader for Data Recognition Corp., scoring standardized tests, 1991-97
Outside work, I am currently an officer or active member in a couple local historic reenactment groups
Two quarters graduate school at Mankato State University (since changed to Minnesota State University - Mankato)