In the mid-90’s I joined a summer internship at the University of Massachusetts designed to draw minorities into engineering careers. Once I learned that UNIX could be used to supply Mortal Kombat codes, my career was assured.
As a producer and technologist I’ve worked on dozens of site builds, applications, marketing programs, CMS systems and put together all kinds of cool stuff. I develop products and produce projects for agencies and businesses all over the world, and have worked in North and South America, Europe, Asia and the Middle East.
Until recently I lived in Brooklyn, New York. In 2020, I moved to northern New Jersey. Sort of from the super-east side to the super-west side. The suburbs have proven to be, in the words of a friend, “surprisingly not terrible!” Kind of great, actually.
I also write. Some essays and fiction can be found freely throughout this site. You should read it! My parents will appreciate it. I very occasionally perform stand-up.
“Rampant Strangeness” is the name of my original student website from college, ca. 1996. I have kept it, for no compelling reason.
You can contact me here: [email protected]