Notes on an appSeptember 6, 2023
Software is made of compromises
New work: May DecemberAugust 30, 2023
The avocado is a metaphor.
New work: 11am ContinentalAugust 28, 2023
Iconic clouds over the Pacific City coast
Business art: the art of performing businessAugust 26, 2023
On Blake Gopnik’s Warhol
Studio saleAugust 19, 2023
Making room for more art
Memories of Ireland, England, and SpainAugust 18, 2023
An old travel journal from 2019
Saturday art walkAugust 16, 2023
Visiting Froelick, Augen, Nucleus, Talon and Antler on a sunny Saturday
Seattle Art FairAugust 13, 2023
Overnight in Needle Town
Local tourismJuly 29, 2023
Visiting my own city
By handJuly 5, 2023
Gardening, painting, and other manual labor.
I grew up in Charlotte, NC. I attended the University of North Carolina at Charlotte where I received a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree. After a brief stint painting murals and working in galleries, I completed a Master of Fine Arts at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. There, I began to experiment with web development, digital imaging, and large format printing.
After graduate school, I found my way into a software development career. I have worked primarily as a front-end engineer but I have also done full-stack web and service development in Java, C#, and Python. I have worked extensively with cloud providers like Amazon Web Services and has worked with container orchestration platforms like Kubernetes. Lately, I likes to say "JAMstack" in meetings to see if anyone notices.