Digital Media

Maximilian Eyle has a diverse background of experience utilizing digital media strategies to promote brands and engage online communities. He has worked with both commercial companies as well as non-profit organizations to develop web content, manage social media marketing campaigns, build websites, and implement SEO (Search Engine Optimization) strategies. Max also holds a certification in Google Analytics and has in-depth experience with Google Ads software. Some of his clients include Orthology, Inc. and St. Ann's Corner of Harm Reduction.

Hispanic Media

Max is fluent in Spanish - a skill he regularly uses in his consulting work. He specializes in helping companies and organizations expand their client base by creating bilingual resources and promotions. He also advises companies regarding operational changes they can make to be more inclusive to Spanish speakers. Max has produced radio advertisements in Spanish and writes a monthly column for two bilingual newspapers in New York State with a combined readership of nearly 60,000.

Broadcast Media

Max has produced and voiced radio programming for broadcast in New York City and Barcelona, among other regions. His content experience includes podcasts, news reporting, music format broadcasts, and food and culture programming. For three years, he worked with NPR affiliate stations across Upstate New York filling both on-air and production roles. He is experienced with audio editing software and recording techniques, and has recorded broadcasts in both English and Spanish.

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Curriculum Vitae

Web Design

Maximilian Eyle is well versed in a variety of website design platforms and holds a certification from Google's Analytics Academy. He is also experienced with Google Ads software and social media promotional strategies.


After studying the Spanish language in college, Max spent a year working for Spain's Ministry of Education as an English language teacher on the island of Menorca. He speaks Spanish fluently.

American History

Max graduated with Honors from Hobart and William Smith Colleges in 2015 with a B.A. in American History. His thesis used the works of Dr. Benjamin Rush to explore the concept of citizenship and national identity during the American Revolution.


Max's own experiences with music have helped him hone his audio recording and broadcasting techniques. He has played piano his whole life and can be found playing blues harmonica throughout his home down of Syracuse, NY.