Picking strawberries at Larriland Farm with Megan.
I'm a front-end web developer with a background in graphic design and a deep appreciation for the user experience.
Before pivoting to web development I was an art director at What's Up? Magazine where I designed two of their three core publications: What's Up? Annapolis and What's Up? West County. In October of 2015, I attended General Assembly's Web Development Immersive with a strong desire to design and build solutions to interesting problems. At GA I received training in many of the latest technologies and best practices, met amazing people, and fell in love with coding.
I'm an avid appreciator of animals, game development, science, remote coastal towns, robots, jazz vocalists, museums, weird fiction, World War II history, and bakeries.
A sampling of my recent web development and graphic design projects. Please note that apps hosted on Heroku take a few extra seconds to load.
In development. A sci-fi themed crowdfunding app built with Angular and Rails. Deploying on Heroku (at its most basic) in the middle of September. Until then, check it out on GitHub.
An app for sharing and organizing recipes built with Ruby on Rails. For more information check the readme on GitHub.
A board game for fans of weird fiction. Built with Node.js, Express, and MongoDB.
A networking app built using Node.js, Express, and MongoDB. A collaboraton between Andre Shonubi, Tyler Crosse, Roshana Devkota, and myself.
A website for a roofing equipment company. Built as an online product catalog with a request a quote e-commerce solution. Created with Wordpress using a pre-existing theme and plugins.
An early foray into web design and development made for a medical billing company in 2011. Built in Wordpress with a customized theme.
An article on lifestyle subscription boxes designed for the What's Up? Annapolis November 2015 issue.
A crossover piece for the TowneStyle section for What's Up? Magazines November 2015 issues.
Let's build something great together!