I started TPLDesign.com in the late 1990s to act as a sort of resume site. At the time I was just finishing college, and I needed a place to post examples of my work for potential employers. Over time it became a place to display my photography, which has been a hobby of mine since 1996, as well as websites I designed on the side. I no longer design websites, but I will continue to list some of my past designs below. The most recent are at the top of the list.

Halls of Havoc
This is a halloween attraction located in Lizella, GA. My role » site design and photography.

The Grotto (Minisite)
This minisite details my multiple visits to 'The Grotto,' which is a stone structure located out in the woods behind an apartment complex in Macon, GA. My role » site design and photography.

Lake Wildwood Drained (Minisite)
This is another single-page site showcasing an interest of mine. I am dubbing these "minisites." It details, through photos and video, the draining of LWW in the mid 1990s. My role » site design and photography.

Riverside Cinemas 4 (Minisite)
I created this single-page site as a tribute to RC4, which was the location of my first job. It was a great place to work, and I am glad I decided to document the building via photos and video. My role » site design and photography.

This was a promo site for the summer 2006, technology-themed vacation Bible school at my church. Because the event has passed, and this site is no longer available online, I am linking to an archived version. Note that resources—such as MP3 files and video clips—are not available. My role » interface and site design.

Middle Georgia Community Food Bank
I created this site in 2001 as an informational tool for those who would like to learn more about Middle Georgia's Food Bank. An administration area, developed using ASP, allows the director to update his own information as the data changes. My role » site design and content management programming.