Since 2014 I have been a co-founder and worker-owner at Little Weaver Web Collective, where I’ve 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 the Oberlin homepage and the Oberlin News Center as well as a joke or two.

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.

My areas of expertise include design, Python, Django, HTML5, CSS3, SASS, React JS, responsive design, UI/UX, and more. If I can't do it, my coworkers can.

If you’re ready to hire me or want to chat, get in touch through Little Weaver or drop me a line personally: