My first run in with design and development was in early 2000 when I started tweaking and creating graphics for an open source beat ’em up game: MUGEN. Many years passed before I actually found out that design was a “real thing” that people would pay money for.
I spent a few years at school studying web design, and while I enjoyed design a lot, I felt restless not being able to make my creations come to life. I fell in love with web development during an internship, and signed up for a more technical study soon after.
After seven years in the field of web design and web development, I find the most joy in finding out what a customer needs, designing an immersive experience, and developing useful features that enables people to achieve their goals. I’ve picked up some skills in marketing along the way as well.
On this website you can find a selection of my design work, and read some blogs (mostly about photography) and reviews.
Outside of work I tend to spend my time with my wife and son, as well as reading, writing, lifting heavy metal, listening to heavy metal*, and playing the occasional AR video game.
*Listening to heavy metal