Portrait of Garrett Fuller

About Me

Whether it was my own short fictional stories or writing about a field trip, my love for writing began in elementary school. In elementary school, I also enjoyed playing with computers and remember being amazed when I received my first glimpse of the internet in the first grade. Later, I would combine both passions by creating my own website.

Me at the 2014 #BOOM Pitch
Me at the 2014 #BOOM Pitch in Columbia, Missouri.

Throughout middle and high school, I expanded on my two passions. My journalism career started in high school with me participating in our student newspaper, The Pirate Press. Later, I started an internship at the local daily, the Boonville Daily News, as well as writing reports on city council meetings for KMZU-FM. I also focused more on my web design during this time, teaching myself HTML and CSS and developing websites for a local non-profit organization. I started a short-lived web design firm, Garrett's Websites, in my freshman year of high school. I won fourth place in the 2014 #BOOM pitch for my design firm.

At the University of Central Missouri, I spent nearly two years at The Muleskinner, covering a wide array of topics ranging from police reports to human interest stories to elevators and boilers. I introduced interactive elements into my work - using Google Maps and slideshows to complement some of my stories.

During my time with The Muleskinner, I also assisted in design for our online and print products. I assisted in the page layout, as well as developing high-quality advertisements for some of our clients.

Outside of journalism and web/print design, my hobbies include vintage computing and bicycling. I dedicated a section of my personal website to Kewanee Boilers, a manufacturer of boilers from 1868 to 2002. Another section of my personal website is dedicated to the AT&T Long Lines network, a microwave relay network used between the 1950s and 1980s for long-distance telephone calls and broadcast signals.



  • Bachelor of Science, Digital Media Production - University of Central Missouri (Warrensburg, Missouri)
    • Emphasis: Digital journalism
    • Expected graduation: May 2021



  • Interviewing (interpersonal communication)
  • Journalistic writing (AP style)
  • Multimedia elements and packages
    • Interactive tools, such as Google Maps
    • Video editing
  • Photography
  • Videography
  • Collecting and interpreting data
  • Sunshine/FOIA Requests
  • Social media content management


  • The Muleskinner
    • January 2018 - May 2019
    • June 2016 - July 2016
  • Boonville Daily News
    • October 2014 - March 2015
  • Pirate Press
    • August 2014 - May 2017

Web Design


  • WordPress
  • Search Engine Optimization (SEO)
  • Google Analytics
  • Consultation
  • Planning and wireframe design


  • CCBC, Inc.
    • March 2015 - August 2019
  • Emancipation Proclamation Celebration
    • March 2015 - August 2019

Print Design


  • Adobe Creative Cloud
    • InDesign
    • Photoshop
    • Illustrator
  • Page layout
  • Graphic design
  • Typography
  • Color palettes and theory


  • The Muleskinner
    • January 2018 - May 2019
  • CCBC, Inc.
    • July 2015

Contact Me

You can contact me through email, the below contact form, or social media. Feel free to reach out to me with any inquiries or comments you may have. I regularly check my email and social media, and will respond to your message as soon as possible.

For my privacy, I have chosen to not publish my personal mailing address or telephone number online.

Email: garrett@garrettfuller.org

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