With over 15+ years of experience, and a proven track record of award-winning contributions and Laravel expertise, I drive various web development initiatives as Director of Web Development at Scranton Gillette Communications. My diverse experience spans university/college, government, and Fortune 500 projects. From CodeIgniter to WordPress, Drupal, Statamic, and Filament, I possess a comprehensive grasp of various frameworks. My passion for innovation even led me to develop my own CMS on top of CodeIgniter. After 11 years in North Carolina, I currently leverage the flexibility of remote work, residing in Oklahoma.


For educational experience, I had the pleasure of attending Cedarville University, and the Academy of Art University Online. While passionate about development, I also harbor a deep love for artistic expression. During college, I was fortunate to explore this passion through painting, drawing, photography, computer graphics, and other artistic pursuits.

Early Life

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I was born and raised in Columbus, Ohio. I grew up on the westside of town around Trabue Rd. where I went to church and school. Faith was an important part of my life, and has guided me throughout my life. That faith’s birthplace is Columbus. I am humbled by the folks that have poured their lives and hearts into my life, and hope to show them some return on that investment.


I love music. From 80s tunes to the soulful melodies of Folk, to the retro futurism of Synthwave or the uplifting lyrics of Hymns. I enjoy spending time with my family and wife, and doing artistic projects. The beauty of God’s creation inspires me, and the smell of a wood fire on a cool fall night is the best. And yes, I’m a big fan of video games, from the timeless classics like MegaMan, Castlevania, and Zelda to the modern masterpieces like Skyrim, Minecraft, Halo, Call of Duty, etc. I could go on 🙂


My teenage years were punctuated by a unique adventure – living in Ecuador for a year and a half. My parents served as Baptist missionaries there, and the Lord unexpectedly brought me to the love of my life shortly after arriving (though I wouldn’t realize it until later). Our story blossomed in the mountain city of Cuenca, Ecuador’s third largest, nestled near the Peruvian border. We were married in the camp where we frequently served together. After we moved back to the United States, we had two girls that were born in North Carolina. A few years ago we moved to Oklahoma, and shortly thereafter my wife finally became a U.S. Citizen.

If you want to reach out to me, you can contact me here. Thank you for listening to me blather on about my life experience, look forward to hearing from you!