I started this blog in 2010 to keep track of things I learn about web and graphic design, photography, programming, music, film, and the role of open source software in those fields. It’s kind of a melting pot for whatever topics interest me on a particular day, and I like it that way.
The way I write about these things is often in the form of tutorials. I do this because I want to pass on what I’ve learned and hopefully help someone else who is trying to learn the same things. But I write other things, too, depending on my mood. There is a menagerie of subjects I touch on from time to time. I also post a lot of links I like.
Professionally, I’ve been a copy editor and page designer for a couple of newspapers for the last dozen or so years. Recently I have been known to build websites here and there on a freelance basis. I love learning about WordPress (which powers this site), and my web design focuses on using it as a content management system.
My most recent project is A Life Ended Here, the roadside memorials blog.
I co-wrote the screenplay and was a cinematographer for the short film Closing Time, which won first place at the 2007 UALR Film Festival.
If you’d like to know anything else about me, I’d love to hear from you. Head on over to the contact page and drop me a line. Also feel free to subscribe to my RSS feed so you can stay up to date when I post new content.
I am available for freelance copy editing work. My rates are very reasonable. Contact me for an estimate.