- 10+ years building websites
- Corporate, educational, non-profit, and volunteer environments
- Education, finance, healthcare, retail, and arts sectors
- Large agencies, small teams, and individual projects


Content writing / editingWireframe templatingServer administration
Information designServer and client-side scriptingProject management
Production graphicsDatabase managementMedia production


Operating Systems - Windows, OS X, Linux / Unix
Languages - HTML, CSS, JavaScript, PHP, MySQL
Software - LAMP, Brackets, jQuery, Bootstrap, Wordpress, MS Office, Google Drive, Photoshop, Sony Vegas
Next Steps - Python, Ruby, SCSS, Foundation, Node


Beatfix Studios (July 2002 - present)

Independent contractor in web design and event production. Negotiated contracts, managed projects, and built sites for clients in education and the arts. Produced live music and art events across the Northeast. Clients include UCLA, Firefly Arts Collective, Red Bull, and Ultra Music Festival.

MIT MechE (August 2006 - October 2009)

Webmaster for the nation's leading Mechanical Engineering school. Developed a new department website from existing creative concepts. Built a new database and administrative editor from scratch. Implemented open-source tools to streamline department management and communication. Helped professors build and maintain independent lab and group sites.

Furious Design (June 2000 - July 2002)

Technical architect and primary developer for a small design company. Established technical requirements, and translated creative concepts into finished websites. Clients include Pioneer Investments, Health Dialog, and Davis Technology Group.

iXL, inc. (February 1998 - June 2000)

Lead developer for a global internet services firm. Worked on teams for clients in the financial, medical, educational, and retail sectors. Facilitated communication between business, creative, and engineering departments. Generated new work through on-site client contact. Clients include Scudder Investments, Merrill-Lynch, Dreyfus, Hewlett-Packard, Compaq, and Sun Microsystems.


Bachelor of Arts in English, Cornell University, 1997