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Back From Bristol

March 11 was my last day working at ESPN. After nearly three and a half years working for “The Worldwide Leader,” I’ve accepted a very exciting Senior Web Developer position at “US News and World Report” for their Travel and Auto vertical, located in the Georgetown sector of Washington D.C.

There have been so many memories from ESPN through those few years: From Magical Unicorns to Deadspin announcing layoffs during the summer of 2013. From crazy “Reply-All” e-mail threads to the annual NCAA tournament pot-luck. From the Ooyala Video Migration to Jim Abbot pitching batting practice.

Trying to “steal” Rita LeBlanc’s Super Bowl Ring…

Rita LeBlanc’s Super Bowl Ring.

Conquering the Mt. Snow with the Tough Mudder Crew…

ESPN’s EXT Team: Tough Mudder, 2011.

Shark attacks…

We’re gonna need a bigger boat.

The Stanley Cup…

The Stanley Cup comes to visit ESPN.

Imperial entanglements…

You do not know the power of the Dark Side… we have cookies.

Blizzard of February, 2013.

Through hard times like numerous blizzards, two earthquakes, two hurricanes, the “Franken-Storm”, Newtown and the Boston Marathon Bombing…

Through three reorganizations…

Through working with all the various groups at ESPN: Sports Production, API group, X-Games, International, Editorial and WatchESPN…

It was a blast working with such talented and fun people.

My brother Matty and I on the ESPN News set.

My only regret is that I never got into a “This is Sportsceneter” spot like Lucas and Wong. Though is that really Wong in the green shirt? Now I’m not so sure…

Oh well, there are days when this might as well be me.

So as honestly as I can, to all those that I had the pleasure of working with or knowing, I’d like to say: thanks.

Please keep in touch!