I’m a software developer at PhotoShelter based out of Pittsburgh, PA, where I build intuitive, clean tools for our users to be able to upload, manage and publish their photos. As a member of the front-end develpoment team rewiring the site in Polymer Web Components. I’m highly focused on accessibility (a11y!) and ease of use for users, as well as automated testing, creating great living documentation and making the lives of my colleagues easier.

I studied full stack web development at Flatiron School in New York City, where I worked on some pretty cool projects.

Prior to that, I was a professional photographer, focusing on sports, journalism and event photography. I traveled the country as a photography editor for Getty Images, made images for the Rutgers Scarlet Knights and covered professional sports in New York and New Jersey.

For more about my work check out my portfolio.

You can connect with me on LinkedIn and Twitter, or download my resume.