I graduated from Lynchburg College with a degree in Graphic Design in 2007, but my first foray into the world of computer graphics probably dates back to old ASCII pictures I pieced together to accompany text-based trivia games I programmed in BASIC on the old green-screened Tandy computer I had as a young child. Since that time, I've had the opportunity to explore many facets of graphic design. My formal education provided me with a strong background in print design, and I've worked hard to develop my skills as a web designer, becoming proficient in HTML, CSS and the jQuery library, with a budding interest in PHP.
In 2011, I was fortunate enough to be invited back to my alma mater to teach web design for a semester while the normal professor was out on maternity leave.
Whether print design or front-end web development, I get a great deal of satisfaction from creating something out of nothing. From logos to websites, my work focuses on solving problems by discovering unique and creative ways to communicate through design in the most effective and aesthetically beautiful way possible.