Hi! I'm Drew. Welcome!
Here's some things I've got going on.
I run a video series called Cloth Map that explores the world through the lens of games.
We’ve witnessed the apocalyptic beauty of Chernobyl, explored Brazil’s bootleg video game markets, and learned how Cubans built their own city-wide LAN party.
Cloth Map is entirely viewer-supported through Patreon.
Learn more on our website or check out our YouTube channel.
I co-host a podcast called Shift+F1 that takes a layman’s approach to the most exciting and technical sport on earth, Formula 1.
Visit our website for episodes, show notes, and how to subscribe.
Previously, I worked at Giant Bomb, a website about video games.
There, I documented what it’s like to work as media at the world’s biggest video game convention, went to Iceland to learn of MMOs and fermented shark, and played Mario Party in front of a live studio audience.
For more on my past employment, see LinkedIn.
Somewhere in there, I became a meme.
Sometimes, people talk to me for articles or podcasts.
When I’m not traveling for Cloth Map, I live in San Francisco.
I occasionally write stuff here.
You can find me on Twitter or contact me directly here.
Generations of Craftsmanship
Woodwork, painting, electrical, plumbing, and more. My services might be varied, but they all come with the same promise of quality, dedication, and durability. Licensed and insured, I’m an experienced contractor with knowledge passed down from generations. I can offer a 1-year guarantee for all my services, along with free estimates.
All estimates are free and flexible according to materials and scheduling.
I’ll only work with the best materials available and provide a 1 year guarantee on all labor. I never compromise quality for time and give my clients realistic schedules that accommodate their lives. I strive for honest customer service, so contracts are only paid in full when the finished work is to your complete satisfaction.
SEE MY HANDY WORK
MY NAME IS PETER
I started apprenticing for my dad, Peter Sweeney, Jr. when I was twelve, but even before that I was watching him work all the time. My grandpa established our company in 1918, back when we specialized in carpentry and woodwork. Dad picked up new trades and expanded our business. I’ve been servicing the greater Wichita area for over 15 years and am about to bring my oldest son in as an assistant.