Hunter Boyle

As a kid, I loved to draw, write and paint. In the mid-'80s, my love of hip hop drove me to pursue graffiti art, with pieces in Philly, New York, Boston, New Orleans and Amsterdam (most are long gone now).

I learned journalism in college, taught myself graphic and web design, and put it to good use in my first job post-BU: designing iconic American writer Saul Bellow's literary magazine, News from the Republic of Letters.

From editor at The Industry Standard and Internet Marketing Report, to content marketing for SteegeThomson and MarketingExperiments, and as a long-time digital optimization consultant, I've used those same childhood skills to help organizations grow and thrive.

Today, I help people use content and digital marketing more effectively, and lead business development for AWeber, which, coincidentally, does the same thing. That includes a bit of speaking and blogging (look down a bit further).

Outside the office, I love traveling, volunteering, comedy, nomming and photography.