The Best Problems are Analog Problems
Ever since I was young I've had a habit of taking things apart to see how they worked, whether it was computers, guitars, bicycles or websites. I am constantly fascinated by the way people share their stories, and strive to develop tools and digital products that connect people, and enhance real-world experiences. As a developer I have a keen interest in projects that directly influence people's actions and lives in the real world.
Check out some of my projects below:
I created my first website in the mid-90's- back in the days when code was written in Notepad, the <blink> tag existed, and patterned backgrounds were still in reasonable taste. Both the internet and I grew up quite a bit in the two decades since. A graduate of General Assembly's Web Development Immersive bootcamp, I currently work predominantly in React.js and Node/Express. I also have experience with AJAX, jQuery, templating engines such as Handlebars and EJS, PostgreSQL, Git, TDD/BDD, Wordpress, and I'm always looking to learn more.
When I'm not coding, I'm also a multi-instrumentalist, eduactor and guitar tech who works frequently in the greater New York City area. I've been lucky enough to tour nationally and internationally as a bassist and guitarist with Broadway shows such as Mamma Mia!, Bye Bye Birdie! and Cabaret. You can read more about that here.
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I'd love to work with you on your next project! Please use the form below to get in touch with me and I'll be in touch as soon as I can. Thanks!