I'm the Lead Developer at StickyAlbums.
I have over 15 years of experience.
I love working with media companies.
I build apps for web and mobile.
I have a weekly podcast and a blog.
I dig sci-fi, board games, lattes, and thunderstorms.
I'm a mom, a wife, a writer, an artist.
I'm a Maker.
Awesome Projects, Great Companies
I've been fortunate enough to work on some amazing projects with some great companies over the years. Many of these were direct client relationships, others are projects I worked closely on or managed while consulting through other agencies.
- Time, Inc.
- People Magazine
- The Travel Channel
- Mashable, Inc.
- The Urban Institute
- The Image Group
- Morehead State University
- Baseball Youth Magazine
In 2013, I won the Rails Rumble best solo entry. I placed 3rd a few years prior.
A weekly podcast about how technology is changing the way we interact with the world. Hosted by Jonathan Stark and Kelli Shaver.
Episode 25: Lonely 2G
Fun Side Projects
A collection of pet projects created for fun and personal use.
This is a small game where you try and earn as many points as you can in one minute by mousing over particles that match the window border.
This small web app that creates color palettes, histograms, and Adobe compatible swatch files via image color analysis.
Model building is a relatively newly acquired hobby. This 1050s flying saucer from the film Forbidden Planet is one of my favorites so far.
I built this small web app to help track daily meditations. The idea was to give a convenient timer and provide incentive to form a habit.
I needed a Paperclip library for compressing JPEG images to a specified file size, while maintaining as much image quality as possible.
Feathers is a minimalist CSS reset and boilerplate with optional rules that can be 'layered in' to apply sensible defaults to common elements.
This Meteor JS application provides a very simple control panel for the Phillips Hue lighting system.
An opinionated, 24 hour time tracking application designed help you visualize where and how you're spending your time.
This was a Lua learning project in the form of a classic arcade-style, side-scrolling, asteroid shooter. It comes complete with bad graphics.