In 1999, while interning with ESPN X Games I was intrigued by Craigslist.org and how it was growing rapidly in the Bay Area. Having grown up in a family of artists, photographers and writers, aesthetic and content came consistency came naturally to me, so I began self teaching myself HTML.
In 2001, I joined ESPN International division and was tasked with building the strategy for International X Games. Over the next 4 years I worked with developers across the globe and spent countless hours on a dial up connection editing HTML.
Web design and development has come far since then and through the years I've helped streamline marketing for clients by also building them simple, dynamic, informative websites (first on iWeb and now using SquareSpace).