Hi. I'm David. That's a picture of me being very impressed by the Grand Canyon.

I was born and raised in San Francisco, went to college in New York City, went to Santa Cruz for an MA in Education, did some teaching, did some radio, moved to Charlotte, NC, wrote about (fantasy) sports for a few years, became a Charlotte Bobcats obsessive, was a business journalist for a few years, moved with my family back to the Bay Area, and began working in nonprofit communications.

The easiest way to ask me about the merits of the 13-month calendar, whether the National League should adopt the designated hitter, or anything else, is via email at davidarnott8@gmail.com.

If that thumbnail work history above wasn't enough, know that my LinkedIn profile uses a photo in which I'm wearing a black v-neck t-shirt and have styled my hair in a way to signal that I am young, dynamic, creative, and yet also care about maintaining a smart-casual professional-ish appearance.

I've collected selections of my work from multiple sources and linked to them on a single page in an attempt to impress you with the variety of my output.

Photographs taken on my smartphone or Nikon D3400 and posted to my Instagram account illustrate how I'm Living My Best Life™ or, alternatively, Notice Things In A Unique Way.

When I was in high school, I started a band called 29 Sunset. There used to be another person in the group, but now it's just me. When I find the time and/or get motivated to record more, those songs will go on the 29 Sunset Bandcamp, on the off chance that one day I can get rich charging you to hear them.

I founded the Charlotte Bobcats blog Rufus on Fire and posted about the Cats almost every day for years. During the 2008-09 season, I attended 44 Bobcats games in person — every home game, plus games in Cleveland, D.C., and Philadelphia. The Bobcats went 35-47 that year.