Over the last 10+ years I have developed software for companies in social media, investment services, digital media, and other industries. Check out some of my favorite work.


EveryMove is a social network for people who enjoy active lifestyles. Users can connect fitness apps and devices like Fitbit, RunKeeper, Strava, and dozens more to track their activities and gain support and accountability from their friends, families, and co-workers. I joined EveryMove in its infancy to accelerate their development across the full stack.

Responsibilities: Front-end responsive development (HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript), Back-end development (ASP.NET MVC 5, C#, Entity Framework, SQL Server).

Getty Images

Getty Images is one of the world's foremost aggregators and distributors of stock photos and other media. I helped build their enterprise web services platform that powers sites like Thinkstock.com, Photos.com, and Life.com.

Responsibilities: WCF Web Services, Search Tuning using FAST ESP.


At ShareBuilder, customers can buy and sell securities instantly, or automatically invest specific dollar amounts over time in partial-share purchases. When it came time to release an entirely updated UX in 2011 I provided feature development expertise and streamlined performance of key workflows.

Responsibilities: Server-side development (ASP.NET Web Forms, WCF Services)

ShareBuilder iPad App

I joined ShareBuilder's nascent iOS development team to help create version 1.0 of its iPad app. Architected as a hybrid app, I created RESTful APIs and AJAX widgets to complement the native aspects of the app.

Responsibilities: API Development, JavaScript Development.


Daptiv provides a leading SaaS project portfolio management solution. Whether through online Gantt charting, collaboration features, document management, or timesheet tracking, the system conforms to and supports an organization's established business practices.

Responsibilities: Full-stack development (HTML, CSS, JavaScript, ASP.NET, SQL Server)



As an early pioneer in eBooks and digital audiobooks, NetLibrary hosted academic and reference publications for libraries throughout North America and Europe. The platform offered intelligent information discovery features and DRM protection. The company was acquired by EBSCO in 2010 and no longer operates as a standalone business.

Responsibilities: Web Development (ASP.NET Web Forms, HTML, CSS), Browse and Search Service Development, Audiobook Extraction Automation.