About Me


Matthew Hundley is an award winning writer, video producer and web designer.

Originally from Waterloo, Iowa. He went on to study Music Production and Engineering for a time at 
Berklee College of Music in Boston. He earned degress in Broadcast Production and Management and Critical Film Studies from the University of Colorado in Boulder.


In 1993, he worked as a television producer in
Marketing & Promotions at KGAN-TV (Guy Gannett) in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
In 1995, Hundley was offered a position inMarketing & Promotions at WDTN-TV (then owned by Hearst-Argyle) in Dayton, Ohio.

AT WDTN he served as a TV producer, worked on community relations projects; and served as the station's "web guru."

While in Dayton, Hundley began to use the Web for his own creative endeavors; he also developed web sites for film festivals, churches and artists.

In 1998, Matthew joined 
Mathis, Earnest & Vandeventer in Cedar Falls, Iowa as a video producer. While there he oversaw ME&V's award winning Interactive Department. Hundley pushed the Interactive division beyond Web site design and into dynamic Web solutions, CD-ROM production and high-end Flash development.

Hundley taught courses in Marketing and e-Business at 
Wartburg College from 1999-2006.
In October of 2003, Matthew left his post at ME&V to pursue JaM Multimedia full time.
One of the primary projects was the launch of a local culture and arts publication CVEA (Cedar Valley Entertainment Authority). This was both a print and web-based publication.
JaM Multimedia also provided marketing consulting and creative support for corporate, retail, ministry and non-profit clients.

In 2004 Hundley accepted the post as
Marketing Director for KWWL Television(owned by Raycom Media) in Waterloo, Iowa.

He moved to St. Louis in 2006 to pursue full-time studies at 
Covenant Theological Seminary. He earned an M.A. in Theological Studies in 2008.

Since moving to Saint Louis Hundley has continued to work on marketing research projects, taken on design and layout responsibilities for magazines and eBooks, and continued web development and management of various internet-based entities.