Jeryd Bolden-Greer


Jeryd Bolden-Greer has lived all over the United States, moving cross country every few years, but now calls Knoxville, Tennessee home.  Growing up and making new friends every time he moved,  Jeryd acquired a diverse group of Friends and developed an eclectic set of passions and hobbies that helped him connect with the people he encountered.

He is a writer, musician, gamer, and all-around hobbyist. As a devoted bibliophile, it was only natural that he would want to experiment with writing. His fascination with words and storytelling only heightened when he started working as an Executive Producer on the Ravens Vail Podcast. In his daily life, he is the Director of Education at Arbor College, where he managed a team of creative individuals dedicated to educating future healers.

From the rich tones of Bach to the heartfelt bass of Johnny Cash to the deliberate and decisive playing of TOOL to the thumping rhythms of House and Trance, Jeryd loves all kinds of music.  His love of music has led him a love of dance, especially the ballroom styles like Tango, Waltz, Foxtrot, Viennese Waltz, Bolero, Cha-Cha, Mambo, Rumba, Samba, East Coast Swing, and West Coast Swing. He can be found practicing his heel lead in the grocery store as he pushes the cart or trying to determine which style of dance best suits the pop song playing.

Jeryd notes, “I’ve always liked horror, fantasy, and sci-fi, but I married into a horror fanatic’s family, and well, as they say, the rest is history.”  Jeryd is currently writing a fantasy novel that explores a universe where the gods of all the known pantheons are periodically reincarnated.

In his spare time, Jeryd rides longboards, enjoys cycling, playing Dungeons and Dragons, consumes absurd amounts of music, dances, and most recently began training in Brazilin Jujitsu.

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