My name is Lucas Pralle. I am an IT professional with a background in adult education and cyber security. On this site, you will find links to my projects, my blog, and interviews and other press. Thank you for taking the time to check out my work.


Lucas Pralle grew up in central Wisconsin surrounded by cranberry marshes and dairy farms. He enlisted in the Marines in 2005 and served two tours in Iraq as an infantryman. After returning from his deployments, Lucas enrolled in Edgewood College, where he graduated magna cum laude with a Bachelor’s of English in 2013. While attending classes at Edgewood, was a key member in the creation of the Windows of Worlds community art project in Madison, WI. In 2014, he wrote and produced the science fiction audiobook series “Inner Harsh” along with other stories that were inspired by his experiences in Iraq and coming home. Lucas obtained his Teaching English as a Foreign Language Certification from the University of Washington and taught English in China. Shortly after returning from China to Rhode Island, Lucas co-founded the audio-based expressive writing workshop series, Endless Beautiful. Lucas has led many workshops in the community with writers, musicians, other artists, and military veterans. He was the first creative and expressive writing instructor for the Providence Clemente Veterans’ Initiative (PCVI). In the PCVI, Lucas taught veterans how to find emotional release through their writing and built the website,, to catalogue their works for the public and other veterans. Lucas earned his Masters of Adult Education from the University of Rhode Island and is currently pursuing a Masters of Cyber Security from the University of Wisconsin Extended Campus. Lucas spent several years teaching digital literacy, and in his current role in IT, he seeks to empower users as he helps them achieve their technology goals. In his free time, he enjoys scuba diving, working on multimedia projects, tinkering with all things tech, and exploring nature with his wife Carolyn and son Henrik.