I designed my logo by starting with a square grid, rotated 45°, overlaid with a circular grid, an S-curve and shaded to represent my initials.
I prefer logos that have low aspect ratios, are high contrast and balanced so that they are recognizable in a wide range of applications.
I have been in business in various forms over the years (DBAs, partnerships, a couple of LLCs and S Corps). I’ve done direct contracting and subcontracting, been a partner and executive. I have benefitted from coaching and mentoring in various areas that include project and quality management, as well as advertising and marketing. Due to my involvement with writing music and software, I also have a special interest in all three types of intellectual property law — particularly copyright law.
I am a highly experienced website engineer/artist, and I am on a mission to stamp out the slow, the hazardous, the ugly and/or annoying.
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I have worked for several well-known technology producers and innovators in both public and private sectors, including Internet, software/hardware, audio, communications, defense, research and education.
Positions I have held: CIO, CTO, Director of Interactive Media, Software Architect, Sr. Software Engineer, and Systems Engineer.
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
B.S. Electrical Engineering, minor in Communications. Served on the WRPI’s Executive Committee.
I have studied many software technologies formally and informally.
I have a life-long passion for music, especially composition and songwriting. I have studied voice, guitar, piano, music theory, music history and electronic music. I took 3rd place in the Dallas National Songwriting Competition and co-wrote the Alma Mater for Dowling College.
I love art and graphics, fonts — anything visual. I have been designing CD covers, posters, T-shirts and business cards my whole life, had a few cartoons published and have done occassional creative work for ad agencies.