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New Media Expert who creates websites, graphics, photos, paintings, and motorcycles.
When not running Adobe CS through its paces, I'm riding around on two wheels or turning wrenches in the garage.
Every day is a good one.

Areas of Focus

Graphic Design

My first love has and always will be graphic design. I remember starting out with Photoshop 5 in 1997 and logging the hours to hone my skills, day in and out. Now over two decades later, I’m even more passionate about visually engaging content and continue to produce pieces for both digital and print mediums on a regular basis.

Web Design

Web design has seen so many trends come and go over the years but one that’s here to stay is device-responsive sites. Far gone are the days of 1024×768 desktop-only experiences. After heading up Arlington County Government’s mobile-friendly relaunch in 2011-2013, I continue to emphasis this aspect of the online presences I create for organizations, individuals and small businesses.


With a camera in my hand since I could walk, capturing the scenes that capture my attention has become second nature. I’m grateful for the opportunities to not only document my adventures in travel, business, and motorcycle restoration, but also provide high-profile organizations with executive headshots and more.

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Social Media

twitter_cell_phoneI’ve been connecting organizations with their audiences online since the days when vBulletin forums were king. Now with Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and more in the palms of millions, I help brands tell their stories and engage with users via unique and transparent social media presences.


headphonesSince completing Knowbility’s 508/ADA accessibility training and subsequently winning their AIR (Accessibility Internet Rally) Houston competition in 2005, I’ve been on a mission for over a decade now to ensure content is available for all users. Best practices are at the core of what I do and preach.


old_school_microphoneSince streaming a successful punk music show in 2001, I’ve been putting my voice online in one way or another. I currently do sports podcasts in which I breakdown and analyze upcoming mixed martial arts matches, found on YouTube and Soundcloud. The future is bright for podcasting and it becomes more and more accessible.

Latest blog posts


Awarded a Certificate in Harvard’s ‘Building a Better Response’ Course

I’ve now completed The Humanitarian Academy at Harvard’s ‘Building a Better Response” course. All part of my effort in delving further into the various aspects of professional communications.


Featured in TCC Wireless’ 2017 Mobile Trends Article

I recently connected with Angela Stringfellow to share my projections for 2017 mobile technology trends. Not only is mobile software advancing at a rapid rate, but hardware is growing stronger and more resilient than past models like the early iPhones, etc. Check out what I had to say on the biggest trends to come this […]


Featured on Rich Moy’s Article

Rich Moy of the popular tech website StackOverflow featured some input I had on How to Find and Hire a WordPress Developer in his latest article. Check out what I and other experts had to say.

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As a small business just getting started, Grayson has been wonderful to work with in getting our online presence known. The website he developed for us was not only functional and secure, but beautifully stylish and creative! Always friendly, Grayson provides consistent high quality customer service that has definitely saved us time and money by allowing us to focus on other aspects of our business as we grow. He has helped White Rock Consulting rock!

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Teresa Dunin

With very little direction and a very limited budget, Grayson created a website for us that was both functional and highly efficient in conveying our company’s product. He took our limited direction and manifested something in which we could not. I will not hesitate to utilize Grayson for any of my businesses website needs in the future.

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Dusty Henderson
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"One does not accumulate but eliminate. It is not daily increase but daily decrease. The height of cultivation always runs to simplicity."

-Bruce Lee