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My goal is to create a platform where stories are shared, art is composed, and community in the northwoods is experienced. I get my joy from seeing those around me pursue their passions. I love the northwoods of Wisconsin and all that it has to offer from it's beautiful scenery to the amazing events held throughout the year. 

I love to take part in the amazing events by covering them through photography/videography, but I also like to host events throughout the year as well. We are a lot better off as people when we experience events together whether it's the Birkie or a pumpkin smashing event held the day after Halloween. 


The Northern Nerd was created back in 2018 during my senior year of college. Since its creation, I have started a podcast where some of my previous guests include an aerospace engineer from NASA, a comedian with multiple television appearances, a giant ski race team, fellow teachers, small business owners and many more! At the beginning of 2023, we hit the 100 episode mark! I look forward to continuing the podcast in the coming years. 

One of the other things I am very passionate about is capturing different events through photography/videography. On summer nights, you can usually find me up at the baseball field photographing or announcing a Hayward Hawks baseball game. As previously mentioned, I also like to capture all of the events that happen here in the northwoods of Wisconsin. We have a multitude of events from the Birkie, Lumberjack World Championships, Chequamegon Mountain Bike Festival and other happenings in the area. 

My continued hope is for people to enjoy my content as well as the northwoods of Wisconsin. I want to create a positive environment both online and at the various community events I host. God has blessed me with a wonderful life and I look forward to building His kingdom through the work that I do. 

Enjoy The Northern Nerd podcast and join the #nerdherd on social media by following me on FacebookInstagramYouTube and Tik Tok.

Take care. Be kind. Love well. Show gratitude and know that you matter. 

- Dalton 

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