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My career began in 1994 as a pre-production artist in Massachusetts, where I cut my design teeth working for Bechtel/Parsons Brinckerhoff on the Big Dig (the Central Artery Project) in downtown Boston. My artistic skills led to further design work in Boston and then New Orleans, Louisiana, where I designed and produced collateral for local companies that included the Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra, Commander's Palace, Palace Cafe, Brennan's, and the New Orleans International Airport.
In 1999, my family moved to the Bay area and my interests expanded to include basic web development and simple interactive projects. During this time, the bulk of my efforts remained design-focused, which instilled a deep appreciation for the work and intentions of both print and Web designers.
Not long after that, we moved to Seattle where I have been building a body of work that represents UX consulting, prototyping, branding, web development, and integration for clients that include XBox Accessories, Microsoft Hardware UX, Avanade, Microsoft IT, MSN, Bing, Washington Tourism, Washington State Wine Commission, Columbia Bank, Skagit Bank, and Captaris.