After decades of diverse careers from aerial photographer to instructor at Zoo Atlanta and instructional technology specialist at a grass-roots charter school, I earned an M.Div. from Emory University’s Candler School of Theology, where my studies focused on progressive and liberation theologies. While at Candler I engaged in deep study of pastoral counseling, contemplative practices, constructivist pedagogy and the intersection of faith and justice.
Since 2008, I’ve led hundreds of hours of in-person and online spiritual practices in forests, parks, schools, pubs, Second Life, Livestream, Zoom and on Facebook.
I’m currently living in The Netherlands where I moved with my wife six years ago.
The golden thread running through my life’s journey is a persistent calling to find, as Frederick Buechner describes, the place where my deep gladness meets the world’s deep hunger. I hope that this offering will be one in which we can flourish and discern together how best to live into that fiercely tender calling.