I’ve helped hundreds of small to medium-sized businesses make an impact on their bottom line and save millions of dollars by automating time-consuming tasks that have been done by hand until now.
What I bring to the table is more than a maker mentality. I solve big problems, and sometimes those solutions don’t involve any code at all. However, they always involve technology, and I’m here to help your business use the latest in cutting-edge technology to an advantage!
For more details about my skill set and work experience, view my resume.
What I bring to the table is more than a maker mentality. I solve big technical problems, and sometimes those solutions don’t involve any code at all.
I’m very passionate about software development and education. I have a goal to reach 1,000 people in the next year by teaching them how to code on YouTube and how to make money running their own business writing software for the web.
Because I love my work! The intersection of business and technology is fascinating to me, and I spend much of my free-time learning about it.
As a young teenager, I built robots, created my own comics and Flash animations, designed my own simple video games and websites.
I was lucky enough to grow up with computer access right at the beginning of the internet age. I would spend hours on the computer researching, and that’s how I learned HTML and got introduced to programs like Maya 4, Photoshop, Dreamweaver and Flash.
Eventually, I grew up and I went to college like everyone else. I graduated from Gulf Coast State College in May 2012 and afterward started doing freelance work for a few local clients.
In 2014, I worked on the development team at RiskProAdvisor.com that was responsible for building out the prototype that helped the company raise a 1.9 million dollar development budget in seed funding.
Since then, I’ve helped hundreds of small to medium-sized businesses achieve their goals on the web.