I graduated from the University of Kentucky in 2007 with a degree in Computer Science.
After graduation I found work at Perot Systems, which was later purchased by Dell. While at Perot, I worked with the team that managed the Triton Container account. Our project was known as Trifleet, a J2EE application responsible for the management of shipping container leasing.
I stayed on at Perot for a little over two years after which I joined Evasiv LLC, a small web development start up in Lexington. There I worked on several websites for clients such as Fasig Tipton and the University of Kentucky.
Shortly after I came on, Evasiv joined NetMediaOne, a slightly larger web development firm in Lexington. As a part of NetMediaOne I worked on several other project while maintaining my previous Evasiv projects.
In January of 2012 NetMediaOne rebranded itself as Able Engine. However I left shortly after to pursue my own interests in freelance web development and consulting.
Late in 2012 I moved to New York City to work with Krossover on improving their video uploading and streaming capabilities on Amazon S3. As well as advising on development process improvements.
I am known for writing very clean and manageable code. Most of the projects I have completed have required almost no maintenance in terms of bug fixes or broken functionality.
When I said I love to write code I meant it. If I am not coding for a client then I am usually working on a personal project. You can see some of my personal projects on the portfolio page.
I also have two dogs who keep me pretty entertained and if they can't, I can always find something on TV or in my videogame collection that will.