Since my earliest adventures in HTML, I’ve made a goal of building simple, sustainable codebases with just enough technology to get the job done. Years later, some of my oldest work remains in active use.
I grew up in a house filled with stock art books, press-and-peel Letraset, and rides to drop off camera-ready art at trade journals. While friends bagged groceries, I was designing print ads and maintaining the website of an award-winning weekly newspaper.
My early advantages freed me to explore whatever interested me in college. The degrees I chose laid the groundwork for further study into how technology and creative culture shape the ways we see ourselves.
With the front-end as a focus, I’m happy jumping in wherever there’s need, from graphic and UI design to LAMP and Rails development. I’m intuitive and have a knack for translating technical concepts to clients.