Since 2018 I work full-time at Freedom of the Press Foundation as Principal Web Developer.

From 2014 through 2017 I co-founded, managed, and worked at Little Weaver Web Collective, a worker-cooperative web development agency. There I designed and developed websites for clients such as Freedom of the Press Foundation and Detroit Public Radio.

From 2011 through 2013 I was a web developer at Oberlin College where I led a team developing high profile websites from the homepage to the news center as well as a few jokes.

In 2011 Ma’ayan Plaut and I made a splash in higher education marketing with our (unofficial) project Why The Fuck Should I Choose Oberlin?

In 2010 I graduated from Oberlin College with a B.A. in Mathematics (with a concentration in Applied Mathematics) and a minor in Creative Writing.

I built my first website in 1999. It had an animated GIF of a computer with my name on it. I’ve been trying to make something as satisfying ever since.