DAVE BUCKHOUT | Producer / Designer / Media Production Guy
Dave received a BFA in Art & Design from the Rochester Institute of Technology in 1992. He has over 20 years experience working in the interactive industry. For eight years, Dave worked as an art director, content producer and in graphic/technical production for commercial cd-rom projects, kiosk productions, and early website development. Clients included Discovery, Smithsonian, PGA Tour, MCI, Weather Channel and Emory U. Dave worked on three award winning cd-rom titles in the mid-1990s, including Discovery's: "Normandy, the Great Crusade."
Dave co-founded InHeritage with wife Kerri in 1999. Since then he has specialized in all areas of site-development, presentation-production and online-operational management for historical organizations & the preservation arts. He has worked with, and maintains partnerships with: White House Historical Association, Supreme Court Historical Society, United States Capitol Historical Society, DeKalb County (GA) History Center, California Supreme Court Historical Society, National History Day, Maryland Historical Society, and FDR's Little White House. The WHHA website has been on Forbes "Best of Web" since 2000. His online photographic narrative documentary, The Battles of Chattanooga, was published in "Civil War on the Web: The Very Best Sites."
Dave has been a chief contributor to InHeritage's online journal, The Almanack since 1999, writing and producing presentations about Fenway Park, The Populist Movement, Modernist Architecture in Columbus, Indiana, The Battle of Atlanta, The Federal Writers' Project. Dave also maintains The Almanack OUTPOST & The Almanack Facebook Fan Pg
KERRI MCINTIRE | Editor / Researcher / Content Maven
Kerri brings a variety of work experience to InHeritage. After graduating with an English degree from Indiana University, she nurtured her interest in fine art by working as a figure model. Hired as an animator by Atlanta's J. Dyer, Inc., Kerri produced commercials for McDonalds and Georgia Power. At another animation company, Nicholas Frank, she wrote scripts for a series of children's cd-roms based on the vision of Arthur creator Marc Brown. Before founding InHeritage with husband Dave, she did scriptwriting and artwork for Primal Screen, an animation studio that produced promotional pieces for Cartoon Network.
Kerri is the manager of content production, as well as lead researcher & editor for InHeritage, performing support production roles as needed. She has researched and written narratives for a dozen online documentary presentations, including: FDR & The Court Packing Controversy and Five Justices & the Grand Commission (1876 Election) for Supreme Court Historical Society, and historical tours of The White House, Presidents Park and The West Wing for White House Historical Association. Kerri's script for WHHA's animated children's tour: The Birdwatching Expedition, won a 2005 MUSE Award.
Kerri has been an active contributor to The Almanack since 1999, having written several small town histories—Grafton, Vermont & Vernon, Indiana, to name a few—and one of The Almanack's most popular articles of all-time on American Nursery Rhymes. Kerri researches, edits & maintains @inheritagehstry, The InHeritage Almanack on Twitter & WITCH HAZEL PRESS
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