Hey! I’m Wilson. I’m a husband, a dog-dad, a jack-of-many-trades (and a master of two), a follower of Christ, and a maker of a mean batch of shrimp-n-grits. Put short: I do techie things, house things, and culinary things. (take a look at the “Things I Do” section on my homepage for more info)
When I am not working on one of my many freelance projects, my fixer upper house, or peeling my rat terrier off of her throne, I work for a Middle Tennessee based family of companies as a Systems Engineer.
I grew up in Bristol, TN with a brother and sister, both younger. The crowning achievement of my age 1-18 years was becoming an Eagle Scout.
Afterwards, I moved to Murfreesboro, TN to obtain MTSU where I (eventually) obtained a BBA in Business Administration (read: the quickest way to finish a bachelor’s degree). During my time at MTSU I ran a screen printing company, worked for a large grocer in various roles from a cashier to a member of the field office team in the Loss Prevention/Risk Management Department. This led me to work in the corporate office of a Fortune 125 retailer. Afterwards, I went fully into the IT Process Improvement field, in which I have been a sales engineer, a consultant, a telecom specialist, and a process improvement engineer. I truly have a passion for developing solutions, technical or otherwise, to help businesses reduce costs and increase their bottom line.
I met my wife Sarah in 2016 and we were married in 2018. On our first date, she told me to stop talking about work and tell her something about myself (a thought you were likely having until this point). That was when I knew that she would be the woman I married. Since we met, we have traveled, completely gutted and remodeled a house, and placed roots in Goodlettsville, where we live.
We enjoy traveling to Knoxville to cheer on the Vols, throwing backyard shindigs, and watching How I Met Your Mother and Blue Bloods on repeat.
That’s me in a nutshell! If you want to know anything else, just ask!
PS: You might be wondering why someone who does tech things and designs websites has such a simple website. The honest answer? Time. I spend so much time working on other people’s sites that I don’t have a ton of time to focus on my own