I am a Senior Web Designer in the Digital Strategy & Design department at Emory University. My passion for digital design began back in high school. When other kids were playing video games I was learning to build them. I even owned my own server and managed my own website. From there, I starting playing with typography and layout which led me to start designing full-scale sites for local businesses. That, in turn, lead me to purchase my first car, a 1972 emerald green Gran Torino.
After high school, I supplemented my own learning with a more formal education earning a BA in Multimedia Design and Development at DeVry University, where I spent all four years on the Dean’s List. I was fortunate after college to land my first gig with American Book Company. I built an online testing platform using PHP and MySQL, a custom e-commerce site and many other tools for the organization.
With that experience, I had the opportunity to land several other gigs furthering my experience. One of them being Cox Automotive, one of the largest private corporations in Georgia. These organizations gave me a large deal of design experience.
I now do high-level freelance work, including web & graphic design, front-end development, and WordPress development. I create anything from logos, illustrations, and flyers to large e-commerce sites. I am a kind hearted consultant with a kick-ass delivery. Let me know what you need and I will get it done successfully.
Both God and the devil are in the detail. So who are we to disagree. Details cost more money, take more time, experience heart and conviction. But we love ‘em because they make the difference. Contact us today and let’s make a difference.