I have been blessed to work in the field of Public History for nearly two decades. I served as the curator of the visual materials collection at the South Carolina Historical Society from 2000 to 2009. During that time I authored numerous articles for Charleston Magaine covering various topics of South Carolina history. In 2006 I was co-author of the S. C. Historical Society publication "Historic South Carolina- A Pictorial History. "
In 2008 the History Press released "Charleston Curiosities: Stories of the Tragic, Heroic and Bizarre. " In 2009 my second book "The Battle of Port Royal" was published. I also wrote the essay "The Civil War at Charleston" for The City of Charleston Tour Guide Training Manual.
From 2010-2015 I served as Assistant to the Director at the Old Exchange Building, and during that time assisted with the operations of the Old Slave Mart Museum. Currently, I am the Executive Director at the Berkeley County Museum.
I have been a speaker for various organizations, and contributor at many forums, conferences, and roundtables throughout the state and has also been a licensed tour guide for the City of Charleston for close to 17 years.
A native Charlestonian, my family and I reside in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina. Looking forward to sharing my city with you!
City Of Charleston Registered Tour Guide since 2000.
Lock, Stock and Barrel-Black Powder Weapon Training. Hosted by Charles Towne Landing State Historic Site and the Powder Magazine, June 13, 2011.
Unable to accomodate a group larger than 20 per city regulations.