It's hard to say what I do and have done sometimes. Below are some pages that, throughout my limited history, I have played with, developed, created, altered... you get the picture.
Need something done? Web design, web management, back-end design, web programming, photography, graphics, audio digitizing, or just general consulting? Well, I'm available. Chances are, you'd be surprised at what I can do with very little.
|Sugarloaf.com. My Official title was "Online Marketing Coordinator."
These days it has something to do with marketing and services and they even use the word developer. I prefer Max.
I do stuff like write scripts, make graphics and galleries for them, administer e-mail systems and generally help out with most things digital. It's fun.
|Humpyhouse.com - It's where I live, literally. It's a bit scary, both because my house actually looks like the logo and because the content on the site came from the heads of the regulars at my house.
Warning: This site has not yet been rated.
||Hannahupham.com - Hanna is a good friend. She needed a webpage. I made her one. It has stuff like order-forms, .mp3 samples of her work and custom content management. I took a lot of the pictures, Tiffany took the nicer ones. Hannah's site is pretty cool, so is she. Colorado doesn't know what their getting.
She made me a hat. It's hot pink and chartreuse. I'm soooo lucky.
|Covenant Point Bible Camp is where I've spent most of my summers since 1994. Although I've usually held job titles that involve more shoveling than design, I helped with the camp's website a bit in between taking out the trash and mowing.|
|Orange Source was/is a student run, on-line publication at S.U. From 1996 to 1998 I held the position of Art Director. My responsibility was to create, edit, and publish all of the site's graphical content. I could honestly make the claim, "If an image doesn't have someone else's name on it, I did it."|