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About Me

My name is Adam P Hunt.

I am a graduate of the UCSC Silicon Valley Extension marketing program.

I have worked as a:
  • Cartoonist
  • Graphic artist
  • Photographer
  • Freelance writer

Marketing Consultant:
  • Sierra Club - Loma Pieta Chapter 
  • Zaukus Guitars
  • Content marketing, Hammerhead/Switchback Bicycles

Industries I have worked in:

  • Hotel and restaurant
  • Printing
  • Outdoors/Backpacking
  • Outdoors/Bicycle
  • Music, peformance and technical review
  • Medical, wildlife hospital
  • Non-profit, at-risk youth

Other:
  • Concert promotion, Marin Friends of Vietnam Veterans 
  • Social media manager, Bicycle-Works Bremerton, Washington 
  • Blogger-in-residence, Bicycle Trails Council of the East Bay,  Switchback Bicycles, Guitar Raidio Show

 Contact: AdamHunt411@gmail.com 

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Zaukus Guitars Marketing Material

Joseph Zaukus is a tremendously talented guitar maker but needed some help with branding and social media marketing.

Zaukus Guitars focused on custom one-offs and didn’t have a product line.

By focusing on two core models, the Supernal and the Youth, Joseph was able to decrease his production time and increase his profitability. 

Powerpoint file available upon requst.

Design Project

Occasionally a really cool design project will fall into my lap.

This one just came out of nowhere and it's still a work in progress.

Since everything is still up in the air the name of the other person who is involved with the project is purposely being left out but it'll be cool to see if the final project if completed.


Gibson USA has spent a great amount of time and money trying to drum up interest in their product line and while there has been some successes such as their artist inspired by lines other have been just stomach churning abominations that never should have seen the light of day.

I'm just waiting for either Ted McCarty or Les Paul to rise from their respective graves and give Gibson's current design teams a collective wedgie.

I mean, c'mon... is this the best you can come up with? 

I just want the folks at Gibson to know that I've got plenty of time on my hands and I'm not afraid to use them.

It's all X k D f . X k ; t / C » . t /; and it's that easy!

Law enforcement,  marketers, social scientists, all use predictive behavioral models in order to understand future behaviors for both individuals and groups.

And if you want a cure for insomnia there are plenty of papers out there that I can recommend that will surely put you to sleep.

All kidding aside Howard D. Teten was the former head of the FBI profiling division. Teten based his pioneering work on the models established by Dr. Paul Kirk, Dr. Hans Gross and Dr. James Brussel.

When Howard Teten had joined the FBI in 1962 a criminal profile division did not exist. It wasn't untl 1973 that Howard Teten and Quantico Behavioral Science Unit  instructor Patrick J. Mullany were able to test their theories in the field.

When a  a seven-year-old girl was kidnapped Teten and Mullany were able to use their profile model to track down the kidnapper, David Meirhofer.

Today criminal profiling is common but during one of the earliest cases of profiling, the arrest of "The Mad Bomber…