I wear a few hats around here...[scroll down now]
These are some of them:
From the humble beginnings of creating Geocities pages for my favorite punk bands in the late 90s to sitting in Sprint Planning meetings discussing a feature which will drive $$$ in e-commerce sales, I've spent most of my life working to build useful and user-friendly frontend web experiences.See my resume
Agile. Much has been made of this idea. What began as a breath of fresh air in the planning and execution of building something new and complex, through measured iterations, has become just kind of a catchphrase.
I can go on... Read more here
I love good art.
Color theory, behavioral psychology, high and low conceptual theories being made manifest through visual design and representation gets me to geek out.
A work of art is made great when the intentention is thorougly developed.
Establishing meaningful connections with folks beyond the ordinary is what great design, art, architecture, engineering should be doing.
[I'm still working on putting together the portfolio part of this site, but stay tuned.]
When I was about 8 years old, I got to go on the Pirates of the Carribean ride in Disneyland. At the gift shop, I got a pirate hat that I wore every day (no exaggeration) for the next year or so. It didn't really occur to me to be embarassed because I was a pirate.