Whatever medium I work in, I enjoy the interplay of the heart, the mind, and the hands. I love to search for meaning, develop ideas, and express them in visual, tactile, and intellectual form.
Originally from Atlanta Georgia, I attended Georgia Tech for a year and a half, where I majored in Electrical Engineering. Then I took some time off to play in bands and focus on the humanities. In the late 1980s I migrated to the beautiful Pioneer Valley of Western Massachusetts.
After working as a farmhand for a few years, I put myself through art school at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst (BFA cum laude, 1995). When the whole internet thing happened, I leapt at the creative opportunity and ventured into a career in web design.
Currently I work as a senior web designer, front-end developer, visual engineer, and photographer at a large not-for-profit company doing good work in New England. In addition to building the web, I enjoy playing ice hockey, snowshoeing, gardening, cooking, taking photos, making movies, playing music, reading, painting, bicycling, motorcycling, and puttering around in my studio.
If you enjoy my writing, photos, and movies and want to share them, feel free to do so, but I humbly request attribution, and a link back to the source on this site. Please don’t steal my stuff.
This site is a labor of love—a commerce of ideas. No ads are shown, and no payment is required for you to access the content. If you would like to voluntarily show your support for my creation of independent content, you may donate via PayPal, or send me something from my Amazon wish list. Otherwise, please enjoy your visit. Thank you!