I’ve been a creative person my entire life, and for the past decade, Web design and development has been at the forefront. As with most developers I know, my journey began as a hobby. This hobby has since grown into an exciting career. It’s not without its challenges—nothing rewarding is, but the endless opportunities to create something from nothing continues to fulfill me.
I’ve worked with a wide array of professionals—serial entrepreneurs, startups, artists, non-profits, small businesses, physicians, and even renown actors. Every project is unique in itself and requires some grit to accomplish.
I’ve never been one to lollygag over the competition. I dedicate much of my energy to learning, executing, and learning some more. My style is somewhat unorthodox, and I’d like to think it’s one of the reasons I’ve been in business for ten years. People seem to like different.
I’m now in a position to hand-select the projects I want to be a part of—thanks to opportunities that have bestowed me. The blood, sweat, and tears have paid off. The grind never slows for a freelancer, but the freedom and infinite possibilities are well worth it.
Have an idea for a project? Contact me.