Hello geeks and nerds; let me introduce you to what I am. Nathan Young does a lot of wonderful things in the media world, from writing, photography, videography, and social media. My current home is the blog and website Geek Alabama. There I do everything from geeky/nerdy talk, event coverage, reviews, cooking, community coverage, promotions, and anything else to give any geek and/or nerd an organism.
If it’s anything any geek and/or nerd would care about, I am usually talking about it. From conventions, gaming, crowdsourcing, tech, movies, TV shows, comics, books, food, videos, apps, and more. If you are looking for articles anyone would love reading, you have come to the right place! If you are looking for someone who can cover events with pictures and videos, cover products and shows, speak at events, cover your products, or attend your conventions, consider me! Every geek and/or nerd from trekkies, whovians, and even bronies, already has!
The most interesting fact about me, I draw roads! #Aspie proud! #ASD
In this post, I am featuring a video and photos on top on the Commerce Towers building overlooking Anniston. 11 floors up you can see all the main landmarks you see in the downtown Anniston area, enjoy!
Here are pictures and a video from the Anniston Veterans Day parade This post features an video of the Donoho School Choir singing the National Anthem, marching bands from Talladega, White Plains, and Anniston, parade floats, and much more! And then there are plenty of pictures from the parade. The video also includes an awesome routine from the Talladega College band, enjoy!
The fireworks show for the 2016 Oxford Alabama Freedom Festival was great!. The crowd was huge and people enjoyed the fireworks show without any rain! Below are pictures and a video from the 2016 Freedom Festival fireworks show, enjoy!
Last May, many people came out to Oxford High School to help beat cancer! Relay For Life Calhoun County featured many people and organizations donating funds and raising awareness to help defeat cancer. As of this post, over $300,000 has been raised! Below are photos from the event, enjoy!