Sam's Press Kit

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Basic Information

Name: Sam Sycamore

Location: Santa Cruz Mountains, CA

Social media: Twitter / Polywork / LinkedIn

Site: Sycamore Design

Summary:

Biography

Full:

Sam Sycamore is a writer, web developer, tree hugger & avowed music junkie.

Sam began his career online as a music journalist, contributing to various publications as a writer and editor while hosting a radio show, playing in bands, and booking concerts in his hometown of Louisville, KY.

In 2016, while working on a farm in rural Kentucky, Sam launched the lifestyle blog and podcast The Good Life Revival, where he created content related to self-reliance, sustainability, and living close to nature. This led to the publishing of two books: Introduction to Foraging - A Beginner's Guide to Gathering Wild Foods With Confidence (2018) and Foraging North America - The Botany, Taxonomy, and Ecology of Edible Wild Plants (2019).

Amid the covid-19 pandemic and ensuing lockdowns in 2020, Sam pivoted to the tech industry by teaching himself front end web development and JavaScript. He spent the first half of 2021 freelancing as a web developer and technical writer before signing on to his current role as Head of Content Strategy & Marketing with Hashnode.

Sam lives off-grid in the Santa Cruz Mountains of coastal California. His career in tech has been powered by solar energy since day one.

Medium:

Sam Sycamore is a writer, web developer, tree hugger & avowed music junkie.

He currently works as Head of Content Strategy & Marketing at Hashnode, a global tech blogging platform that enables bloggers to tap into a fast-growing & supportive community of readers, writers and tech enthusiasts.

Sam lives off-grid in the Santa Cruz Mountains of coastal California. His career in tech has been powered by solar energy since day one.

Brief:

Sam Sycamore is a writer and web developer in Santa Cruz, CA. He currently works as Head of Content Strategy & Marketing at Hashnode.