Selected Projects


A 38 slide digital exhibit for Bowling Green State University's online library featuring 120 researched political buttons with a 52 minute lecture created for the National First Ladies' Library commemorating 100 years of the women's vote in the United States. Features items in the Browne Popular Culture Library's pinback button collection relating to women in the political spotlight and explores the themes of First Ladies, FLOTUS Hopefuls, First Families, Women Political Candidates, and Appeals for the Female vote. 

A 9 stop audio guided walking tour of Bowling Green, Ohio's music and cultural history with interactive map, and supported by historical research.

Appointed Graduate Research Assistant at Bowling Green State University's Popular Culture Library in charge of creating and maintaining the Northwest Ohio Independent Culture Archive (NOICA) of archiving regional music culture.

Pinballsin' a Documentary Film on Louisville's underground Pinball Scene.
John King shot, directed, edited, and produced this 30 minute documentary film about one of Louisville's fastest growing sub-cultures, Underground Pinball Tournaments.

Louisville Is For Lovers
For 20 years years Louisville Is For Lovers has collected regional music in all relevant genres from Rock, Rap, Hip Hop, Gospel, Folk, Electronic, Etc and released compilations and full releases from hundreds of Kentucky artists including Will Oldham, My Morning Jacket, David Pajo, Cheyenne Mize, and many more. Over 40 album releases that have preserved regional music and worked to bring Kentucky music around the globe to over 25 countries and 5 continents including Antarctica. Louisville Is For Lovers also promotes culture and music through events and festivals including the Summer Series, Valentines Series, and others.


Editor in Chief/Writer
The oldest Louisville based music, arts, and culture blog on the internet. For over 8 years I have been writing or acting as editor, writing reviews, editorials, interviews, and news content for Louisville and regional culture events.

louisville zombie attack

Louisville Zombie Attack
The world's largest annual Zombie Walk first began in 2005 and now carries on on August 29th every year with over 30,000 participants.

celebrated sounds

Celebrated Sounds: The Music of the Berea College Sound Archives
5 one hour audio programs exploring the history and myth of Appalachian music, from it's roots in Irish and African folk to  it's influences in a broader social context and in sub-genres.

summer cassingle series

Summer Cassingle Series
Using a grant from Berea College I paired up with Guestroom Records Louisville to preserve music in Louisville, Kentucky; in 3 genres: Hip Hop, Pop, and Roots, and released them in a Cassette/Digital forma accompanied by 3 live events.
Website: Cassingle Series

Portrait of Appalachia

Portrait of Appalachia
Using a grant from Berea College, I paired with Magnolia Photobooth Co. to travel over 3,000 miles in the southern Appalachian mountains taking 1,000 portraits of Appalachians in an effort to archive contemporary culture.
Website: Portrait of Appalachia

There IS No One

There Is No One
a 20th anniversary tribute album to Will Oldham's first album, The Palace Brothers There Is No-One, with 13 Louisville bands/artists covering every song on the album and released on Vinyl/Digital format.
Website: There Is No One