About Me

I’m a full stack web developer with a background in the Architecture, Engineering, and Construction (AEC) industry now switching it up to a career in development.

I've always enjoyed building cool things that helped people. My first exposure to development was with the family Commodore 64 when I was a kid.

I was lucky to have been able to get some more relevant real world experience in my last role when building some apps to help the users out in our office. This additional exposure led me to make the decision to pursue a full time career in development…here I am.

React Scheduler

This was a single page application using the Create-React-App boiler plate. It provides a means for students to book time to meet with counselors at a school or university setting.

React, Axios, Websockets, Storybook, Jest, Mocha, Chai, Git.

Taco Take-Out

Our mid term group project. This project aims to replicate apps like ritual. It allows patrons to order food online and use SMS messaging to notify restaurant owners of new orders as well as provide patrons with feedback regarding the progress of their order.

Jquery, Ajax, Team Project, Git among a team.


A social media app meant to replicate twitter, facebook etc. allowing users to post messages and rate messages left by others.

HTML, Jquery, Git.

Tiny App

This was my first App written while at Lighthouse Labs. It is meant to replicate a URL shortening service similar to bit.ly an others of the type.

HTML, EJS, Bootstrap, Bcrypt, Git.

Wirecast Blog

Kind of where it all started for me as far as web development. My employer at the time wanted to start a blog site that would complement our existing website. I wanted to give it a try, so they let me at it.

All the styling was done by the original web designers. All I had to do was create a page and add create content. My first taste of HTML and CSS...there may be some of my own Javascript in there somewhere.

HTML, CSS, Javascript, Git.


Desktop App

This app was written in an attempt to centralize office information. It served as an office events hub, employee in/out board, project lookup form, office document & template repository.

This was probably as close as I got to writing anything "Full Stack" prior to to bootcamp.

C#, MSSQL, EF6, WPF, Git.

REVIT API Development

In my previous role I had the opportunity to create some really cool plugins for some software that was used by some of the employees...they seemed to be a hit.

C#, Windows Forms, Git.

Commodore 64

I don't know how many hours I spent sitting in front of this thing after school typing in my code. Too bad it all disappeared the second the power switch got turned off. Still remember the day we got our fancy Commodore 5.25" floppy drive and my brother and I were able to save our work.

I was hooked from day one.