Bryant Duhon, Spikey KatfishBryant Duhon

Content/Inbound Marketer, currently without portfolio

Twitter: @bduhon


This is from a Meet AIIM Q & A for employees. I’m no longer with AIIM, but, hasn’t changed any of this. So.

In my time at AIIM, I was an intern, assistant editor, editor (all for print). I helped create and ran the content side of the AIIM webinar program for 8 years. I edited and distributed 3 newsletters (the first as fax, with a newfangled “email” distribution option). Created ebooks, infographics, Web articles. Helped to create and run the AIIM community as community manager. In the end, I shifted to an Inbound Marketing role, which, oddly enough felt a bit like the culmination of all the other stuff — just with more analytics thrown in!

I began as an intern for 2 and a half years, then became assistant editor. When cleaning out file cabinets a few years into my tenure as editor, I found my resume in the “No way” folder for the original intern position.

I live in Ellicott City, Maryland with my wife, the lovely and talented Georgina Clelland; my youngest of two beautiful daughters, Casey (Lauren is living with the Nana in Lake Charles); and our needy furpack – Oscar D. Duhon, the best Boxer ever; Knox, the wiggliest boxer ever; Louie, who wants to be an outside kitty except when he doesn’t; Sasha Marmalade, the no longer new kitten, who has moved from faces to chests for sleeping on; Macleod, love-me-but-don’t-you-dare-pick-me-up-love-me-some-more; and Jackson, the cross-eyed Siamese mix who is the straightest-shooting kitty in the West.

What do you do and what do love about it?

Despite going to the “Dark Side” of marketing 18 months ago, I essentially continue to do what I’ve done since I began as an editorial intern: find, curate, create, and present content that educates our audience and helps them advance in their career. I dig the creative process of conceptualizing a piece of content and working through to the finished product.

Describe yourself using 3 words only.

Effective Constructive Procrastinator.

What are you proudest of?

My two daughters, Lauren and Casey, who (sometimes despite me) are growing into wonderful young ladies.

A distant professional second is a comment I received once from a magazine reader who said they used one of the inform articles to argue the case to his boss (he put the article on his boss’ desk and said “We need to do this!”). That kicked the project off and it was successful and helped the business. I’ve also had a few folks tell me they re-engaged with AIIM because of me – and that feels awesome. [OK, taking a pin to prick my swelled head now.]

What movie, no matter how many times you’ve seen it, do you have to watch when it’s on?

Sadly, there are quite a few: Bull Durham, Willie Wonka and the Chocolate Factory (the original, NOT the Burton/Depp abomination), Pulp Fiction, The Princess Bride, and, Lord help me, The Cutting Edge. Recently, I can’t seem to stop watching Pacific Rim or Love Actually. “Hello, my name is Inigo Montoya. Prepare to die.”

Summer or Winter?

Summer. In my mind, Hell is cold

Favorite color?


What do you do for fun?

I enjoy a good beer (find me on the beer app, Untappd) and cooking a good meal (often with a beer). I read a lot – fantasy and history mostly. During football season (Saints. WhoDat!), I spend way too much time watching the NFL and playing fantasy football (2013 TTTT Champion!). I love taking advantage of living in the Baltimore/DC area with day trips to the National Zoo, the Smithsonian Museums, Inner Harbor, PA Dutch Country, different hiking trails, tubing (snow and river), walking Civil War battlefields (the wife and girls are banned from those last excursions so that I never have to hear again, “You’re going to read ANOTHER sign [loud sigh]”) . . . there’s so much to do here. Most of all, I enjoy relaxing on my deck with George.

Having a bit of fun with the family and furpack.
Having a bit of fun with the family and furpack.

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