I love to wear lots of different hats. That's how I ended up being skilled at many different cool and nerdy things. After cutting my teeth with Amberlith, rub-down transfers, stat cameras, and mechanicals, I enthusiastically transitioned to the desktop publishing, digital design, and online world as the internet evolved. I was always somewhat of a computer junkie, even as a teenager with my Commodore 64, and I also loved to draw anything and everything. It's no surprise that I found a way to fuse the two (even programmed that C=64 to act like an Etch-A-Sketch™).

My hats fit everything from design, animation, and illustration, to sound design and music composition, all the way to photography, editing video, and creating and animating 3D models. I love to get in there, make things work, and have them be as good as they can be. I can even do enough AS3 and HTML5 programming to get myself into trouble... or to pull a rabbit out of one of those afore-mentioned hats for a project.

I've had the good fortune of working at a good many different, interesting, neat places and environments, and always love learning as many new things as I can get my hands on. When I'm not hanging out with my wife, swinging a lightsaber in a game, flying a WWII fighter in a simulator, or rattling the windows with my Les Paul, you'll most likely find me tinkering with some new program I found. Just to see what I can make it do.