Present and past

Joe Baron for Norfolk Sheriff
Dan G. Bell, LLC
City of Hampton
Cox Media
Faith and Women
Future of Hampton Roads
Hampton Roads Children of the Sun
Hampton Roads Naval Historical Foundation
Hospitality for the Homeless
Newport News Sheriff's Office
Opportunity, Inc.
The John Riggins Show
Toneside Records
James Babcock, Author
Barrett-Peake Foundation
Carolyn Castleberry
CIVIC Leadership Institute
Fair Share Idaho
Amy Ferebee
Hampton Roads Center for Civic Engagement
Hampton Roads Military and Federal Facilities Alliance
Hampton Roads Partnership
Hunter at Sunrise
Molly Ward for Mayor of Hampton
Norfolk Sheriff's Office
Pearl Blossom Floral
Mariesa Stokes, Marketeer
Virginia Center for Public Safety


Ranging far and wide in style and complxity

Amy Ferebee

The website for singer-songwriter-educator Amy Ferebee.

Barrett-Peake Heritage Foundation

The website for the Barrett-Peake Heritage Foundation, whose mission is to restore and preserve historic African American sites in Hampton, Virginia.

Carolyn Castleberry Hux

The website for Carolyn Castleberry Hux, an internationally recognized author on money and time management.

Fair Share Idaho

The support website for an effort in Idaho to change the state's method of taxation to increase funding for education.

Faith and Women

Faith and Women Ministries is designed for women in leadership who are transforming their world in small and monumental ways.

Friends of Eleanor Weston Brown

The website supporting the political campaign for Hampton City Councilperson Eleanor Weston Brown.

Future of Hampton Roads

Southeast Virginia's premiere organization engaged in the study of issues concerning regionalism.


The website for Fretomology - a Norfolk-based band which plays to raise money for good causes.  "Rock on - Do good".

Hampton Roads Children of the Sun

A community-based organization dedicated to providing inner-city youth with hope and opportunity.

Hampton Roads Military and Federal Facilities Alliance

A regional agency dedicated to supporting and advocating on behalf of local federal facilities.

Hampton Roads Naval Historical Foundation

Keepers of the legacy of naval surface warfare and naval history in Hampton Roads

Hospitality for the Homeless

Hospitality for the Homeless, based in Norfolk, VA, serves as a national re-distribution agency for travel-size toiletries to those in need.

Hunter at Sunrise

The Website for music impresario Hunter Hughes and his show on local Public Radio station WHRV-FM.

Kevin Aubrey Gilbert

The online gallery and support website for Portsmouth-based photographer Kevin Aubrey Gilbert.

Newport News Sheriff's Office

The support website for the office of the Newport News Sheriff in Newport News, Virginia

Norfolk Pearls Foundation of Virginia

NPFV serves as the charitable arm of Iota Omega Chapter, the oldest graduate chapter (1922) of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc ®.

Norfolk Sheriff's Office

The support website for the office of the Norfolk Sheriff in Norfolk, Virginia.

Toneside Records

The label was created by a group of singer/songwriters and musicians as a channel for their own work and that of other emerging artists.

Virginia Center for Public Safety

Virginia's leading advocacy agency in the search for solutions to gun violence (also my oldest client)

WOWI-FM - Progressive Radio 103

The website preserving the legacy of one of the first progressive rock radio stations in the country.

Writing and Editing

Alt Daily

Occasional columns and opeds written for Hampton Roads' premiere alternative publication

Spoutin' Off

A Biweekly Technology Column that ran for 4+ years in the (Newport News) Daily Press

Print Design, Layout, and Typesetting

NSO Times

The monthly/bimonthly newsletter for employees and friends of the Norfolk Sheriff's Office.

Journal of Developmental Education

The quarterly academic journal published by the National Association of Developmental Education.


Women of Distinction - 2008

Video presentation for the YWCA of South Hampton Roads



"Anarchy Overnight"
(The Mike Rau Show)
A nightly four-hour talk radio show that ran from 1993-1995 on
listen liveListen to an absolutely facinating and scarily prescient segment from July 27, 1994 with Steve Rendall, Senior Policy Analyst with Fairness and Accuracy In Reporting (FAIR) about the state of journalism in America.