David Moore is a native of Akron, Ohio. He graduated from Miami University (OH) with a Bachelor of Arts in American Studies with a focus in Civic and Public Engagement, as well as a Bachelor of Arts in Urban and Regional Planning. After graduation, David relocated to Macon, Georgia to begin a career in urban revitalization at NewTown Macon as an Urban Planning Fellow. During his fellowship, David is gaining more experience in community development, urban planning, historic preservation and urban revitalization.
In his spare time he enjoys traveling, spending time with friends and family, visiting museums and historic structures, watching movies and experiencing new foods and cultures.
The Macon QR Project
The Macon QR Project seeks to better inform visitors and residents of the history contained in downtown Macon in an interactive way. Every historical building in downtown Macon would have a QR code posted outside on the building. Visitors and residents could walk right up to a building, scan the QR code, and receive the past & current history of the building. This project not only seeks to better inform visitors and residents of downtown Macon’s history, but also to create more civic pride, and increase support for preservation and revitalization efforts.