A work in progress



This site, just like us, will evolve over time. My takeaway for you is that I'm a jack of all trades, and a master of some. I fit well into most environments, projects and teams. Reach out if you would like to know more!


What happens when we see a button?


A uniter and translator between client, marketing, tech and design disciplines.

In a nutshell:
A strong command of strategy and details – experience in relationship management, project management, design and production. My range of experience encompasses assessing and articulating needs between clients, internal and external resources - while hitting milestones and maintaining service levels.


I manage the workload anywhere from top to bottom, and help make change happen.


What I do:
→ Project and Relationship Management, Strategy, Architecture, Process and Design
→ Documentation, Implementation, Analysis and Presentation, Process Improvement


Where I'm going:
I'm pursuing roles that will compliment my background, and utilize it in User Interface/User Experience (UI/UX) roles. Basically, the goal is to move from an adjacency into a core focus in UI/UX.


My Paradigm:

Marketing is education towards a sale.
Technology is how we deliver the message.

More info:
I’ve led entire projects, from requirements gathering, to road mapping, design and documentation- and also through analytics, and iterative improvement cycles.


As an incremental bonus, by performing the hands-on work, I’ve been able to create instructional and production tools. These materials are used for educating both clients and team members on processes, and best practices.


I bring to the table over 20 years of experience in a wide range of industries. My for profit client list has included Ace Hardware, Bristol Myers Squibb, Harrah’s Entertainment, Inc., Iams Co., New York & Company, Sunglass Hut (Luxottica), and Victoria’s Secret.


Nonprofit partners and clients have included Special Olympics International, Disabled American Veterans, Price Hill Historical Society, Cincinnati Railroad Club, nonprofit author, Milton Bloch, as well as acclaimed stone carver and architectural restoration/preservation artist, Walter Arnold.


Skilled, knowledgeable, or at least somewhat familiar with:
→ Adobe Creative Suite
→ Microsoft Visual Studio, Dreamweaver
→ HTML, CSS and some other front end stuff
→ Mobirise and other modular mockup and design tools
→ WordPress, Proprietary Content Management Systems, CPanel
→ 123Design, Blender and other 3D apps
→ Other stuff we can talk about later...


Check out our fun site: Center For Certification

Disclaimer-like stuff:
The internet is a constantly evolving entity. In order to represent my work accurately at the time of completion, I use screenshots instead of live links. Also, most of my work has been covered by NDAs, so I'm only displaying components where I honor those agreements...

One last thing- this site is like my own little sandbox. I use it to learn and test new apps, etc. The next time you visit, it might have a completely different look and feel. This particular version was done using Mobirise- a drag and drop site builder, and mostly edited with Visual Studio Code.


Next Website Version: 
(with much cleaner code) 



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