Tyler Davis

Freelance Writer

Location icon United States

I'm a Freelance Writer from Franklin, TN. I graduated with a degree in Journalism and Integrated Media from Biola University in 2016, and have a passion for storytelling, music and writing. I have experience writing for a variety of clients and contexts, from corporate blogs to music criticism. I live in Franklin with my wife Meghan who is a Board-Certified Music Therapist, and we have a small music lessons studio we run out of our home.

Fall Safety In Commercial Roofing

Roofing can be a dangerous job, and perhaps one of the greatest risks a professional roofer faces is falling. Whether it is a fall from a ladder or a tall roof, the potential injuries can be devastating.

4 reasons to hire a licensed commercial roofing contractor.

In the construction world, there are thousands of un-licensed “contractors” willing to do construction work at a steep discount. It can be tempting to save a few bucks by hiring someone without a license to do the job.

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Why "Friday Night Lights" Is One Of The Greatest Shows Of All Time

You're probably living under a rock if you have yet to hear about Netflix's newest original film "Bird Box". With Sandra Bullock as the lead, there was never really any doubt it would be worth watching, but now that it's finally streamable it can be said with absolute certainty.

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How Spotify has changed us

press.spotify.com There was once a day and time where music fans proudly touted around their record collections to parties, showing off their carefully curated musical selections. My, how things have changed. Since the late 1990's with the creation of Napster and other peer-to-peer file sharing sites, most music collections have become more and more digitally focused.

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The power of the anti-hero

The rise in popularity of the anti-hero, like Walter White from AMC's Breaking Bad, reflects our fallen human nature, and serves as a reminder of what Christ saved us from. | hollywoodreporter.com (contains "Breaking Bad" spoilers) In the past decade of television that many call "the new golden age," one character type that seems to have been the most popular is the anti-hero.