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Matthew Hundley
Works at Joyce Meyer Ministries
Attended Berklee College of Music
Lives in Saint Charles, MO
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You can listen to my new EP "Dim Reflection" on Spotify, Apple Music, iTunes and other fine streaming and download sites. You can also listen on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCIdXJ3WhDg3sKzhmkUEFY2Q/featured
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Looking for a bizarre western? Think "High Plains Drifter" meets "8 1/2." Jodorowsky is an odd bird and this film takes no exception. Here's my short review.
ElTopo (Alejandro Jodorowsky, 1970) I have now seen a few of Jodorowsky films (El Topo, The Dance of Reality, El Topo) along with the documentary J<i>odorowsky's Dune. He is certainly an interesting person. I'd classify him a...
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Now that's coffee.
 
Coffee for all :)
#egypt  
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Rest in peace Alta Vista...Once upon a time, the biggest, baddest name in the search game.
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Looking for some creative umphh. Here are some ideas to get the juices going...
 
I have found all of these tips useful, hopefully you will too.
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+Aaron Burrows HOW DO YOU GET THE IDEA?
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Luc Besson delivers an atmospheric character drama that's a bit "Wings of Desire" and a bit "It's A Wonderful Life."
Luc Besson has a certain sentimentality and sense of humor that sneaks into many of his films from Le Dernier Combat to La Femme Nikita to Leon to Lucy. It's not something that's easy to put into words, but there's definitely...
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What was Bowie's relationship with God? He brings up God and Heaven and even Jesus from time to time in lyrics. One of the more haunting songs in this realm is "God Knows I'm Good" off Space Oddity.
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Great music set from Ben Howard...
 
My favorite set from Lollapalooza webcast: http://goo.gl/V7nmTm
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Ferguson always provides for an insightful read. This would be a good introduction to the author.
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Great musical pairing...
 
Trying to hit my groove this morning, with a little help from Jeff Beck and Imogen Heap. A suggestion for +Ant Pruitt and his Chill Out playlist.

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Nice nod to Lou Reed from AdWeek...
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I've got three teens and another whose almost there. Interesting to see these stats.
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I think the first correction of this should be 1 in 4 teens use a smartphone to get online. Mobile devices should hardly be considered your average cellular device.
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Education
  • Berklee College of Music
    Recording Production
  • University of Colorado School of Journalism
    Broadcast Production & Management
  • University of Colorado School of Arts & Sciences
    Critical Film Studies
  • Covenant Theological Seminary
    Theological Studies
  • Cedar Falls High School
    Music/Math/Science
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Enjoying being part of a grander narrative than I ever could imaging.
Introduction
Matthew Hundley has worked in broadcasting and marketing for nearly 20 years. He studied Jazz Guitar and Recording Production at Berklee College of Music (Boston, MA). Earned degrees in Film Criticism and Broadcast Management from the University of Colorado (Boulder, CO). And holds an MA in Theological Studies from Covenant Seminary (Saint Louis, MO). He has taught at Wartburg College (Waverly, IA) and Lindenwood University (Saint Charles, MO). He has worked in television marketing at KGAN-TV (Cedar Rapids, IA), WDTN-TV (Dayton, OH) and KWWL-TV (Waterloo, IA). He was the Director of Interactive services at Mathis, Earnest and Vandeventer (Cedar Falls, IA) and ran his own marketing/creative company JAM Multimedia. He currently serves as a Marketing Campaign Specialist for Joyce Meyer Ministries in Saint Louis--where he lives with his wife and four children.
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MACROMEDIA WORLD 2002, SAN FRANCISCO Featured Site: ToolDock.com | WMA (WEB MARKETING ASSOCIATION) 2002 AWARDS * WaterlooIndustries.com * ToolDock.com (Award presented at Internet World Conference, New York) | SUMMIT AWARD for Global Health Corp. Marketing Campaign | HEALTHCARE MARKETING REPORT * Award for Total Public Relations Program Global Health Corp | FRANK MAIER PUBLIC EDUCATION AWARD Iowa Donor Network Campaign | MAC & ADDY AWARDS Cedar Valley Chapter * Numerous awards for video and web projects 1998-2003 | EPIC AWARD Cedar Valley Hospice Video | UNITED WAY AWARD Campaign Materials 1998 | ABC BEST OF SWEEPS WDTN May 1997
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Occupation
Marketing Campaign Specialist
Skills
Marketing Strategy, Advertising Campaign Development, Integrated Marketing, Social Media Strategy, Web Content Management, Web Analytics
Employment
  • Joyce Meyer Ministries
    Marketing Communications Specialist, 2010 - present
  • JaM Multimedia
    Creative Director, 1989 - 2010
  • Lindenwood University
    Adjunct Professor, 2009 - 2010
  • Wartburg College
    Adjunct Professor, 1999 - 2006
  • KWWL-TV
    Marketing Director, 2004 - 2006
  • Mathis, Earnest & Vandeventer
    Director of Interactive Services, 1998 - 2003
  • WDTN-TV (Hearst)
    Marketing/TV Producer, 1996 - 1998
  • KGAN-TV (Guy Gannett)
    Marketing/TV Producer, 1993 - 1995
  • KUCB-AM/FM Cable
    Production Manager, 1988 - 1992
  • Abstrakt Art Gallery
    Gallery Director, 2009 - 2010
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Currently
Saint Charles, MO
Previously
Waterloo, IA - Cedar Falls, IA - Boston, MA - Boulder, CO - Glen Haven, WI - Madison, WI - Cedar Rapids, IA - Dayton, OH - Waterloo, IA - Saint Charles, MO
My son recently moved to Prairie du Sac so we are now in the area often. It is great to have a quality eatery available without having to trek 30 miles South to Madison; of 20+ minutes North to Baraboo or the Dells. A great spot for a meal or a snack. You've got quality coffee and local craft brews and wine at your fingertips. The sandwiches and sides we've had have always been excellent. The staff very friendly. Pricing is right for the quality and caliber of food.
Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
Great addition to 5th Street and a perfect use for this building. Love the layout. Love that I can get fresh breads...including vegan bread for my wife. Glad you have a full espresso bar (a must to compliment the many fabulous pastries). My only complaint is that there are way too many delicious pastries to choose from. Which means I will have to return often.
Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
We hit Zig Zag on a Friday evening around 8 or so. The place was getting rushed and some staff were a bit panicked...but all worked out fine. We sampled a couple pizzas: "The Number One Hit" (mozzarella, fresh garlic, fresh basil, tomato sauce) and "Let the Good Times Roll" (mozzarella, roasted red pepper, roasted zucchini, roasted onions, garlic, goat cheese, basil, tomato sauce). We tagged on a "Sweet Emotion" Salad (quinoa, spinach, cucumber, red onion, sunflower seeds, cranberries, avocado, lemon mint dressing). Plenty of food for the 3 of us...in fact we had enough leftover to make a full meal the next day. Love the way they do the beer selection. Price wise. Most pizzas were around 8 bucks (feed 2 easy - especially if you're getting salad). The salads are also in the 8-dollar range and you can get 4-6 servings out of that. Beers range from $4-8. Good place to eat in - or take out when hanging out in Oceanside.
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Public - 3 months ago
reviewed 3 months ago
While visiting Oceanside recently I needed to pick up a floral arrangement for my mother's birthday. I had spotted Seaside Flowers at the OsideArtWalk a couple nights before so headed that way. I was very satisfied with the selection of ready arrangements. The gal who helped me was great. She spruced up the arrangement I picked per my liking. I also found a great card to accompany the arrangement created by a local artist. All-in-all a great experience.
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reviewed 3 months ago
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First visit to the Living Room in Maplewood surpassed expectations. Staff was great - very knowledgeable about coffee, baked goods and great service. This trip kept things simple - pour over Ethiopian coffee paired with a blueberry scone and cherry jam. Coffee was excellent, as was the scone - and the jam was amazing. I had met a friend there. He had a Cappuccino, toast and a boiled egg. His comments matched my own. Great place for coffee and conversation. Will be back.
Public - 3 months ago
reviewed 3 months ago
The Oceanside Museum of Art was our first stop on one of the OsideArtWalk Friday night events. There were a handful of vendors out front. The space is great. Five exhibitions of various scope and size were installed when we attended including work from: Marjorie Nodelman, Bill Rastetter, Deanne Sabeck, Robin Bright, Tom Driscoll and Laddie John Dill. The staff were pleasant to talk to and all-in-all a good place to start our night on the town.
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reviewed 3 months ago
MOPA was a nice find as we strolled through Balboa Park. The featured exhibit was "Flor Garduño: Trilogy" featuring some amazing large format photography from this renowned Mexican photographer. This exhibit occupied the three larger galleries. There was a small exhibit of National Park photography and then the final gallery with a history of photography on display. They have a fantastic gift shop with a wide variety of photo books and other artwork. The cost is pay as you go with a recommended $5/attendee entry.
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