Ian Munroe

Ian is an amateur photographer, analyst, and alumni of Robert Morris University.

Currently employed by Confluence as a Regulatory Reporting Data Analyst, it is Ian's job to help ensure client data is clean and orderly to report to regulators.

Formerly employed by the RMU's School of Business, Ian's goal was to improve their social media program and bring more awareness to their AACSB accredited program. This was accomplished through Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, and Blogs. 

The Gallery features a selection of photos from my portfolio. An archive of select photos are stored on my Flickr page.

We live to kick ass another day.

It's live! I finally got my butt and finished some of the details and added the wedding section (still technically a work-in-progress).
I'm as busy as ever, I have finals all next week and there are only two classes I'm slightly worried about, but I will come out on top! I got the right part for my photo strobe so now it works with my camera, that's been a three year long battle to get this part but I'm glad it is finally over!
The summer semester starts in about three weeks, and I'll be in school full time during the summer term. If you haven't seen it, I have the rest of my time at Robert Morris University planned out in probably the most left brain way possible. When I showed Amanda my timetable she got this look on her face like I am completely crazy. (I'm partially crazy, not completely... yet)
We're closing in on the wedding, around 230 days left until the big day. We finalized our invitations and we should get those ordered and sent out soon. So keep your eyes on your mailbox. Also, once you do receive your invite, please RSVP ASAP. If you have any questions that the Wedding portion of my website does not answer, please send Amanda or I a message on Facebook or send us an email. The more questions we get, the easier this will be for everyone.

On the last and nerdier note, I've been obsessed with the Historic Pittsburgh Archive that is put together by the Digital Research Library from the University of Pittsburgh. It's a really awesome place to see how far Pittsburgh as come and research some locations. The only real downside to it is that I want prints of every black and white picture I see on there.

And on that note, time to go study and eat!

Don't be afraid to contact me, after all, what's the worse that could happen? I don't reply. The world won't end, I promise.