I began my college career as a Computer Engineering major but after nearly 2 years of total torture and blatant personal dishonesty, I decided to pursue a career that I not only would excel at but also one that I would enjoy doing for the majority of the time I have to spend on this lovely planet of ours. I'm now a recent graduate of the University of Central Florida (UCF) in Orlando. I obtained a B.A. in Digital Media.
To speak briefly about my professional career, I suppose it all really began as a high school student who’s aspirations were far greater than many of my peers’. In this high school era of my life, my father decided that it’d be best that I work for his home-building company primarily because he wanted to show what life would be like if I didn’t attend college. Needless to say, construction is not the career path that I have chosen. Thank you dad...
I began working on web sites as a hobby with GhettoRigIt.com . It was a good idea but I didn’t have enough experience under my belt at the time to pull it off. One good thing did come out of it, though, and that is that I began seriously exploring the possibilities of becoming an expert in all types of digital media. Around April 2006, I began work on a site for Southern Orchid Development . I have since developed an advanced CMS and Task Management System in PHP and MySQL for it. Between April 2006 and April 2007, I had grown to arguably the most advanced undergraduate web developer in the Department of Digital Media. On a side note, some say I am also a good graphic designer!
I continue to expand my horizons everyday - I’m always trying something new simply for the love of it. If you’d like to see some of my work, please visit my portfolio section. I currently have two jobs. For one, I work at the UCF Institute for Simulation and Training in the RetroLab working as a Flash Developer and Python Programmer for a game called Lunar Quest. However, my primary job is as an Information Services personnel/Web Developer at InfoTech, Inc. in Gainesville, FL. Thanks for visiting!