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While keeping busy with HTML programing during the day, Web Developer Ryan found himself needing more to do outside of the workday. “That’s when I started my Taxidermy for Dummies apprenticeship to become a real professional certified taxidermist,” stated Ryan.  “The book is about 150 pages long. It’s a lot to get through, but since I was about 12-years-old, I’ve always had a passion to mount just about anything.”

Besides being an expert web developer, Ryan understands how to market a business and overcome his novice mounting skills. “I knew being a regular taxidermist wouldn’t create a marketable difference in this already saturated market. That’s why I’ve decided to join the Amish trade, plus I could grow this real neat beard.”

The TLC television show Breaking Amish was the additional inspiration Ryan needed to make the leap. “Hey, I figured there’s Amish furniture, why not Amish taxidermy? And now with Breaking Amish hitting the airwaves, it’ll be more socially known. And may I add, boy do I love TLC! Their shows are amazing.”

With Amish culture awareness on the rise, and along with his beard, Ryan sees his lack of experience being the only thing standing in his way. “I don’t like to say that I’m inexperienced at mounting, I mean, I’ve done two or three. My first was when I was a senior in high school,” said Ryan. “Plus, I finish mounting real fast, I’m not sure why, I guess it’s just a talent. And pretty much all of my friends have been mounting since eighth grade, so I know they’ll give me advice when I need it. I’m not sure why I didn’t start doing it earlier.”

Ryan also mentioned if you stop by his office next week, he would be happy to mount anything of size, at no cost. “I’m trying to learn how to handle those bigger animals, ya know? They’re not as easy to do.”

The Unofficial Element Spokes-Moose
Canuck is a surprisingly intelligent and humorous character that could talk your ear off. He loves life, learning new things and, most of all, sharing new insight with people. He’s adjusted well since emigrating to the U.S. from Canada and settling down at Element. In fact, he’s taken strongly to blogging about marketing, branding, social media, and the Element office happenings. He’s still very loyal to his homeland, insisting that hockey is the only real-man’s sport, pancakes are acceptable at any meal, and Canadian beer is superior to the swill made everywhere else.