We exist to do good – in word & deed and at a show. A great show starts with good people and good management.

I’ve signed emails “do the most good” for nearly eight years now, borrowing language that is most often attributed to John Wesley.

Those things have combined with do good management, a boutique management agency focused on bringing events to life and guiding artists’ touring careers while supporting tour and production managers.


We exist to do good – in word & deed and at a show
We move in one direction, together.
We keep going when it gets tough.
We speak clearly and communicate often.
We treat everyone we encounter with dignity and respect.
We chase excellency, not perfection.
We deeply believe that we will do good.

Telling you about myself on a little website is hard and kinda weird. It’s like an elevator pitch where you can’t hear how excited I get about the work I get to do and the shows I get to bring to life. It’s like I’m trying to shove a resume in your face without saying one word. Y’all, it’s weird.

I moved to Nashville in 2011 from a small town called Decherd, Tennessee, to go to Belmont. I graduated in 2014 with a degree in audio engineering, which I hardly ever use now besides writing riders and production advances.

I started touring in 2018, putting Bobby Bones on stage for the last half of his Red Hoodie Comedy Tour. Since then I’ve had the incredible pleasure of working with his full band (the Raging Idiots), Bailey Bryan, Larkin Poe, Georgia Webster, and Old Crow Medicine Show. In 2019, I dipped into producing and production managing the 4th and 5th annual Million Dollar Show fundraisers for St. Jude at the Ryman. And in 2021, I produced the inaugural BobbyFest with some colleagues that I also get to call my best friends.

Right now, you can find me on the road with Big Wild and Del Water Gap.

For my full resume, click here.