About

Want to know more about me? You've come to the right place. First and foremost I'm a family man and I try to spend as much time as I can enjoying family and making life fun. After that, I love to exercise, hike, camp and pretty much do anything outdoors. I got my passion for design back in high school sitting in my art class outside the school, where me and my friends would spend most of our time drawing and painting. I was looking for a way to turn my creativity into a career, and at the time graphic design was the best option. I grew to love Photoshop and the entire Adobe suite. It wasn't until my brother-in-law showed me Dreamweaver and how to build websites that I really took an interest in web design. I was 19 years old and I started building a website for my church. I then started college and began the basics of coding, and I made it a point to freelance as much as I could to learn the inns and outs of coding. Since then I've done countless websites and have worked for some really great companies.

One of the unique things about me is that I also serve in the Army National Guard. About five years ago I decided that I wanted to change things up, and do something completely out of my comfort zone. Since then I've gained a ton of experience and learned a lot about good structure. I recently got back from Afghanistan in December 2014. I spent eight months there guiding a team and working with militaries all over the world to help finish our involvement in Afghanistan. You can read more about my experience in Afghanistan here.

It's been an interesting past couple years, but I have learned a ton about life and what matters most. In the future I'm looking to work with top-notch teams and accomplishing amazing things. While in Afghanistan, I started working on a mobile game that I'm hoping to finish up real soon. In the long run, I would like to work with teams to help build a great product or push a company to excel. Well I guess that's all for now and perhaps in the future I'll have even more exciting things to share.