I'm a contract web developer working in the greater Philadelphia area of the US and remotely abroad. I specialize in the React framework and creating customized static websites that are incredibly efficient, reliable, economical and secure.

For a little over 10 years I was in business as a software and user-interface analyst as well as a development project manager. While the experience was insightful and the work interesting, I decided to leave the corporate world and start doing what I actually love: building awesome websites.

I take pride in everything I create and find ways to layer subtle -- and unique -- elements into each application so it stands out from the rest.

Skills Snapshot:

CSS-in-JS IconCSS-in-JS
Gatsby IconGatsby
Javascript IconJavascript
Node IconNode
React IconReact
Responsive-Design IconResponsive-Design

Need a web developer?

In need of a website that meets today's standards, is fully responsive on mobile devices, and is quick and reliable? Want to consider changes or improvements to your current site and don't know where to start?

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Sample Projects

Alaina Renn Art

A completely custom e-commerce static website hooked into shopify. Note that this is a portfolio piece and not a real artist.

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Bandera Tax Services

A tax service non-profit landing page site which directs users to schedule an appointment online or call their hotline.

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Dr. Kimberly Ludwigsen

A therapist's static website which directs users to their phone to schedule a consultation.

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One Royal Monkey

A promotional website for the One Royal Monkey Embroidery company. It is a static site and uses a CMS for the owner to manage the photos and content.

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Pet Same Age Day

A simple static website that shows you the date when you and your pet will be the same age. Built for a customer with a passion for pets.

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Philabrew Cafe

A sample static website built with Gatsby and hosted on Netlify. It uses a Contentful.com CMS to manage the menu items and blog posts.

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