It’s one thing to tell someone what a person is capable of, but a completely different thing to prove it. This is a rotating collection of past and current projects. Obviously, I can’t post all of my creative work from my entire career. If you’re looking for a particular piece that I’ve done and you don’t see it here, feel free to contact me about it.


Control4 Solutions

Digital Signatures

Root 101

Information Security and Electronic Recording

The Challenge of H.323 Video Conferencing

Video Relay Interpreting


Top Ten Home Automation Features You Didn’t Know You Needed

The Dangers of Living in the Digital World

DHCP vs. Static IP: Which is Better?

What’s the Killer App in Home Automation

Taking a Vacation with Technology

May the Fourth Be with You: Celebrating Star Wars Day

Control4 Announces New MindPod Controller

The Gun Owner’s Guide to Critical Court Cases

David Baker’s Guide to What Gun People Believe


Drop House, a novel by David Baker: a contemporary thriller telling the story of rival Mexican smuggling cartels and the ordinary citizens who oppose them. The first chapter is available as a PDF download.

Spelunkers, a novel by David Baker: written during the NaNoWriMo challenge in 2012, this is a young adult science fiction novel that explores the important bonds that hold families and molecules together.


Inside Al, a Play in One Act: This play was the 1987 winner of the Henry Fonda Young Playwrights Award is perfect for high school production. It is a contemporary play about high school kids who are assigned a service project to help someone in the community. They decide to help Al, a 39-year-old man who has cerebral palsy. Inside Al premiered at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C., in spring 1987. The play is available from Samuel French, Inc.