My training as a classical musician demands perseverance, intense focus, attention to detail, independence and flexibility. All these skills translate perfectly into web design, development and coding. I am constantly expanding my skills as I take on new projects and always welcome the opportunity to learn new technologies to add to my skill set.
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A silly dog photo app that I made to learn more about using API's.
Compiled from DogAPI
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Experienced web design and development professional proficient in web standards, cross browser testing, content management systems and relevant web site development tools.
Enthusiastic, personable team player who listens to others and is able to contribute creative timely solutions to complex problems.
Self starter who is adept at working independently with minimal supervision, as well as contributing and collaborating as a productive team member.
Highly effective verbal and written communicator.
Energetic, detail oriented contributor with demonstrable multi-tasking/organizational proficiency and a strong desire to learn.
Bachelor of Music, New England Conservatory of Music, Boston, MA 1991.
Oberlin College, Conservatory of Music, Oberlin, OH 1982 - 1985.
Harvard Extension School, Pascal programming course.
Lowell Institute at MIT, BASIC programming course.
Available on request.
Adobe Creative Suite
As a trained classical musician and a web developer/designer I have become adept at interacting effectively with a wide variety of personalities, collaborating on projects, managing complex schedules and finding creative solutions to complex problems. Both careers demand a high level of focus, attention to detail, independence and flexibility. My web design business requires that I learn and implement new technologies as demanded by each project. As a result I am continually expanding my skills for future projects. I welcome the opportunity to tackle new technological approaches and add them to my skill set.