I’m a designer based in Denton, TX focused on working on important campaigns for candidates at all levels, such as Cristina Tzintzún Ramirez for U.S. Senate, Hilary Turner for U.S. Congress, and Delia Parker-Mims for County Commissioner here in Denton County. In 2018, I volunteered on Beto O'Rourke’s landmark Senate campaign for six months.
I previously designed an app for college students called Mochila, and once had a popular tweet (archive.org) about a car that will be released any day now. I also co-host and produce a podcast about music called Don't Feed the Artists, and sell small printed things I wanted to see exist in my shop.
At my day job I manage Macs at a Fortune 100 company as a Senior Platform Engineer. I previously managed Apple devices of all kinds, including Mac, iPad, and Apple TV for a decade in Higher Education. You may be interested in some of my public projects for MacAdmins or following me on GitHub.
This site is hosted by the fine folks at Linode, built with Pico, and has fonts served by Bunny, because Google Fonts is creepy. I don’t use any crazy analytics on my website, and you shouldn’t either. Remember, it’s okay to not know everything. On the Mac, I use fantastic apps like Nova, Sketch, Tower, Transmit, and Whiskey. On iOS, I use Working Copy and Pretext.