• Character design
  • Narrative writing for animation
  • Storyboarding / pacing
  • Timing to music
  • Keyframing

I am interested in producing creative projects with YOU. If you're like me, then cartoons are everything. You ever leave a fight and not do anything? But as you walk away you imagine an anvil or piano smashing their faces? That's how my mind works! Like a cartoon! And I want to work with YOU.

Let's do business.


  • LAMP Stack PHP/MySQL/Apache
  • API design using RAML (open sourced)
  • Backend: Symfony/Doctrine, Zend, Slim/ActiveRecord
  • Frontend: jQuery/Backbone/Angular/Greensock/React
  • AWS: EC2, SWF, Redshift, DynamoDb
  • Python, Node
  • Responsive web design

I made this god damn website. I work fulltime as a senior web engineer, but I enjoy helping the people out with my cyberwebbing and create-o skills. I have worked with non-profits, artists, musicians, educational organizations, and others, in the service of freelance web design and development.

Let's do business.

#cybernet links

Why mastery matters and creatives should stretch themselves
Being creative makes us happy – that’s true – but not just because we just enjoy dreaming up new ideas and having flights of fancy. ...

Vibrant Oil Paintings of Scottish Landscapes by Scott Naismithby Christopher Jobson on July 1, 2016
Working with thick brushes and palette knives, artist Scott Naismith carefully reveals the interplay of light and clouds over his native Scotland. The Glasgow-based painter travels the country extensively, drawing inspiration from the glens, lochs, and islands of the West coast in particular. ...

Found: The rejected Simpsons script Conan O’Brien wrote for Prince
Back in September 1991, The Simpsons kicked off its third season with a memorable episode entitled “Stark Raving Dad,” in which hapless patriarch Homer is shipped off to an insane asylum, where he meets Leon Kompowsky, a beefy fellow inmate who believes himself to be pop superstar Michael Jackso ...

Nation Too Sad To Fuck Even Though It’s What Prince Would Have Wanted
CHANHASSEN, MN—After hearing the shocking news of the iconic pop star’s unexpected death, the U.S. populace reported Thursday that it was simply too sad to fuck, even though they knew it was what Prince would have wanted. ...

Animation style guides for your favorite TV shows are extremely cool
The magic of animation has been somewhat simplified with the growing slate of software and hardware built specifically to beam anything you can draw or click to life with a mouse into a computer. ...

Why Saving Banksy Means Saving Yourself — by David Choe
Who is Banksy? Banksy is Batman he is not Robin. ...

Bernie Sanders Asks Anyone Who’s Serious About Breaking Up Big Banks To Meet Him On Corner Of Canal And Bowery At Midnight
NEW YORK—Inviting all those truly committed to economic equality, presidential candidate Bernie Sanders announced during Thursday night’s Democratic debate that anyone who’s serious about breaking up big banks should meet him on the corner of Canal and Bowery at midnight. ...

Angela Dufresne Has a Big Heart
Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick’s groundbreaking study Epistemology of the Closet (1990) opens with a succession of axioms. This is the first one in its entirety: Axiom 1: People are different from each other. ...

The stars look very different today
"The stars look very different today." I've written, on several occasions, though most revealingly here, about glam's desperate importance to those of us marooned in the beige, tract-home nightmare of '70s suburbia. ...

From Amy Schumer to John Oliver, How Comedians Became Public Intellectuals
People look to Amy Schumer and her fellow jokers not just to make fun of the world, but to make sense of it. And maybe even to help fix it. This week, in a much-anticipated sketch on her Comedy Central show, Amy Schumer staged a trial of Bill Cosby in “the court of public opinion. ...


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