Who is Brent Logan?

Brent Logan is an engineering manager who led a team of Intel hardware and software design engineers for more than 15 years and then “herded cats” for a small web development company creating complex web designs mainly for non-profit organizations.

I’m now looking for my next opportunity where I can use my unique set of skills and passions. Feel free to connect with me on LinkedIn or contact me. I’d love to talk to you.

I’ve been posting online since I ran a point plus node on Fidonet in the late ’80’s. In the mid-’90’s, my handcrafted website advertised my law practice. In 2004, I moved to a self-hosted WordPress blog. I continue to enjoy having a WordPress blog as much for the process of maintaining, customizing, and optimizing the site as for posting words, pictures, and videos.

Btw, the photo above is my Louis Pilloni “Isn’t this incredible?” impression.1 Thanks to Jamison Logan for taking and sharing this picture.


When I started this site, I wrote more words and posted fewer pictures. Now that’s largely reversed. I like to post abstract, architectural, and scenic pictures.2 And more than a few pictures of our dogs and cats. Once in a while, I share a quote. And I write about our family trips, longboarding, bicycling, and the other fun stuff we do. I even write poetry3 once in a long while.


Although this is my home on the Internet, I’m elsewhere, too.

  • Twitter. I share links from the various online materials I read, plus sporadic tweets of wisdom. Expect to see leadership, WordPress, electronic freedom, photography, education, and bicycling stuff there, along with links to some of my posts.
  • Instagram. I have fun on Instagram. I love their photo editor. If only it was available as a stand-alone app. At least I’ve learned how to grab large versions of my edits for posting here.
  • LinkedIn. I’m an engineering manager with 17 years experience leading cross-functional design teams in fast-paced, global, and matrixed environments. I am skilled in leading distributed/remote teams, stakeholders, and vendors in agile software and hardware development. If you’d like to see my work experience and education, I’m on LinkedIn.


You can find more information about my blog on the following pages.

  1. To see the original, go to 2:45 in Raw Run: Louis Pilloni on Youtube. If I could have any superpower, it would be to skate like Louis. ;-) o/-<|: Jamison took this photo of me on the hike to Delicate Arch. 
  2. Here are some of my favorite photos
  3. As long as you call amateur Haiku poetry