Professional Work

Mountain Style
Charlie Glenn, a 67 year-old Banner Elk resident, spends his time in his small shed working on handcrafted banjos, violins, dulcimers, and guitars.
Working to Make North Carolina Better
With more than 55,000 members, SEANC is the South’s leading state employees’ association.
SEANC Bowl-a-Thon
SEANC Bowl-a-Thon is an annual fundraiser held by the SEANC Scholarship Foundation. It features a bowling tournament and a silent auction.
SEANC at the NC Zoo
SEANC members talk about SEANC and their jobs at the NC Zoo.
Fighting Domestic Violence
Pitt County's Christy Adams, an advocate against domestic violence, talks about the death of her son Jesse and the abuse she and Jesse faced from his father.
Moss Bend Retrievers
Life on Ashly Kite’s property in Grimesland carries with it the constant serenade of 16 barking dogs.
18th Annual Polar Bear Plunge
ECU hosted its 18th annual Polar Bear Plunge. Over 1,000 students, faculty and even a WITN sportscaster jumped into an ice filled pool.
Dancing with the PCC Stars
Six couples came together on March 20, 2014 to dance and raise money to fund scholarships for Pitt Community College students.
Ride in a Snowplow
Willie Sherrod, a snowplow driver with the DOT, explains the snow plow process.

History Makers

Four profiles of influential African Americans in Greenville, NC; presented as article and video published each week during February 2014.

J. Carlton "J.C." Cole
J. Carlton "J.C." Cole is a Superior Court judge in the 1st Judicial District, which includes several northeastern counties.
Ruffin McNeill
Ruffin McNeill is the head football coach at ECU and an alumnus. He works with his players to not only prepare them for games but also for life beyond the field
Bernita Demery
Bernita Demery is the Director of Financial Services and serves as the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) for the city of Greenville, N.C.
Willie Joyner
Willie Joyner, an assistant principal at North Pitt High School, founded HYPE, a step team, in 1995 at Enfield Middle School during his first year of teaching.

Personal Work

Our First Year in France

It’s been a wild ride so far and has flown by so quickly, while also feeling like we’ve been stuck in the same month for years. But I think those feelings can be true no matter where you’re living.

I made a video of some of our favorite memories from the first year and a blog post to go along with it. You can read the blog here