I teach geography, GIS and cartography. I help communities and organizations use maps to further their mission or tell their stories. I use GIS and maps to examine all manner of community challenges. I make maps for other peoples’ books, and sometimes for my own.
I am part of the geospatial faculty at Humboldt State University, where we help the next generation of amazing cartographers grow and develop their skills. They win awards and do amazing stuff, some of which may be featured here periodically.
This site is intended for discussion of cartography, cartographic pedagogy, and related musings. I may occasionally post lab exercises designed for university cartography courses, and constructive feedback on those is welcome.