The Lower Whitewater Falls Trail is on Hwy. 130, just south of the North Carolina border. This trail takes you to an overlook that provides a view of the Lower Whitewater Falls, a beautiful waterfall. The hike, a moderately strenuous one, takes you over large streams and through rhododendron forests.

The Sourwood Trail is part of the Lake Russell Recreation Area in Habersham County, Georgia.

Yellow Branch Falls can be found about 20 miles north of Walhalla, SC. This easy-to-moderate hike provides views of a stunning tiered waterfall.

The Raven Rock trail is part of a small network of hiking trails in the Keowee Toxaway State Park in upstate South Carolina. This trail is a loop trail that branches off from the Natural Bridge loop trail, in the same area. Together, the Natural Bridge and Raven Rock trails form a 4.1-mile loop. The trailhead for these two trails is just off the visitor's center for the park, just off of Hwy. 11, between Hwy. 130 and U.S. 178.

This gallery is for a hike along the East Fork Trail in SC.


The Communications Team at the Franklin College requested a blog site to be used as the primary source of news and information for the college, the Franklin Chronicles. This site was the first site designed in collaboration with Lauren Blais, my fellow graphic/web designer when I worked with the Franklin Web Team. This site was also the first site that we did in Drupal 7, and the first designed with responsiveness and mobile-readiness from the beginning.

In late 2009, the Department of Sociology contacted me about redesigning their site. The eventual result was a clean design with a blue and gray color scheme that is very focused on the content and clear navigation. The site, released in the fall of 2010, was created using Drupal, using a few custom functions to make the best use of information that was to be maintained by the faculty members and staff of the department.

The Franklin College of Arts and Sciences at the University of Georgia was looking to redesign its site when I joined the team in 2009. This site is the result of months of planning by a committee that I helped direct. The designs were created by me, as were almost all of the slides representing the departments, centers, institutes, and programs.