As a content strategist, Dylan works alongside the PR and Digital teams to develop and carry out projects including research reports, data studies, and industry surveys for a variety of B2B clients. In addition, he writes white papers, eBooks, contributed articles and other thought leadership pieces.
Before Walker Sands, Dylan worked as a senior technology writer at Brafton, a Chicago-based content marketing agency. His journalism experience includes work for The Chicago Reporter and WGN Radio.
Dylan graduated with honors from the University of Michigan, where he wrote a thesis on the American Gothic. Back in his college days, Dylan could usually be found in the newsroom of The Michigan Daily, where he served as a writer and editor.
When he was 11, he became the only person in camp history to break an arm playing tag.
Edgar Huntly is definitely among my favorites. Once you get past the heavy-handed Gothic prose, it's an ageless story about the perils of overthinking things and the transformative power of human connection.
The park at the end of Wellington St. that opens up onto the lakefront trail.
When I was 11, I became the only person in KidSport camp history to break an arm playing tag. The camp felt so bad about it that they let me work there for the following eight summers.
Ann Arbor, since it'll always be home.