From startup coaching to egg poaching, this techie with a culture passion has made a big impact in his short time in MGM.
I always enjoy meeting people with diverse talents and skills. James Weddle falls squarely in that category. He’s a tech guy that fully embraces the value of art and culture. He can talk you through the ins-and-outs of starting a business and he can teach you how to poach an egg.
I must mention that James patiently taught my six year old niece to poach an egg. It was very impressive.
James Weddle is a transplant from Texas. He came here to Montgomery for work and play. He’s an IT professional and he is a passionate pioneer of innovation and creativity. For James, it’s all about creating an ecosystem here in Montgomery that allows for the new-and-never-heard-of.
Being in Montgomery has allowed him to meet and partner with like-minded people. James is half of the duo that turned three houses on Clay Street into three spectacular locations for innovation and creativity. James and business partner, Adam Warnke, have started the prototype for this fruitful ecosystem. AIRR is another example of what can happen in MGM when artist and creatives are given space to flourish.