As Creative Director, I oversee the print design and designers and work with web designers on various projects. Print designers at the Times, basically, create pages that give prominence to some of the best journalism in the country — as well as draw readers’ eyes to important news that they might overlook if we don’t do the job well. (If you don’t read the print edition, you’re missing some great work!) I started my journalism career at the Macon (Ga.) Telegraph, and I’ve been at the Times since 1998. Non-work related, my wife and I have two grown kids, seven chickens, a couple dogs and two goats.