|Bachelor of Arts in PhotoJournalism from the University of California at Santa Cruz.|
|Art Director of nike.com, vivid studios
Working with vivid studios, I served as the Art Director for Nike's collection of websites (www.nike.com, basketball.nike.com, and futbol.nike.com). I directed two other designers and well as created my own designs, wrote visual specifications, and consulted in the direction of the site.
April '97 to present.
|Edge Tech Producer, electric minds
I was the producer of one of electric minds' biggest sections, Edge Tech. I worked with writers on a weekly posting schedule, managed a visual designer, as well as redesigned the section.
April '97 to present.
|Creator, the fray
I created the fray because it was the kind of website I always wanted to visit, but could never find: a place for personal storytelling, elegant design, and artful conversation. It's my labor of love, my pride and joy.
August '96 to present.
|Production Manager, HotWired's WebMonkey
I coordinated the production process, wrote html, debabelized images, and consulted on interface issues.
July '96 to December '97.
|Assistant Production Manager, HotWired's Signal
I did daily web page production and design for the entire channel, including the popular Net Surf Central.
May to July '96.
|Founder and Creative Director, Tweak
I created the entire site from the ground up: mission, design, editorial ... everything. This was my first attempt at creating an entire web magazine myself. It taught me more than I bargained for.
January '96 to May '96.
|Assistant Production Manager, HotWired's The Netizen
Daily web page production under extreme deadlines.
February '96 to May '96.
|Assistant Production Editor, HotWired
Web page quality assurance testing and production in a variety of browsers and platforms. I learned more about UNIX and emacs than any designer should know.
September '95 to February '96.
|Web Site Designer, Dive Travel Magazine
I directed the transition of a print magazine to the web, I was in charge of the entire design and implementation.
May to August '95.
|Computer Consultant, Arts Division, UC Santa Cruz|
I kept all the art professors on speaking terms with their Macintoshes, helped manage a file server, web server, QuickMail server, and Ethernet networking.
June to September '95.