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Hello Word!

I am a software developer specializing in the digital media industry and higher education. I currently work from Philadelphia.

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Personal Work

I live within and tend to the Dotfield:

  • Perpetual learner and user of the Nix/NixOS ecosystem
  • Fiddling with Emacs
  • Learning about self-hosted cloud services

Previously on: Work

  • 2019–2022: Alley — Senior Software Developer
  • 2015–2019: Spirited Media — Web Developer @ Billy Penn + The Incline + Denverite
  • 2009–2014: Temple University — BA Journalism
    • Photojournalism, video production, web publishing, print design
    • 2013–2014: Klein College of Media and Communication — student web developer
    • 2012–2014: The Temple News — web designer / web editor
  • 2007–2008: Ritz Camera — photofinishing
  • 2007–2008: University of the Arts — Interactive Design

Lately Etc.

  • Listening to audiobooks – some recent favorites listed below
    • "Cat's Cradle" by Kurt Vonnegut
    • "Cities of the Red Night" by William S. Burroughs
    • "The Peripheral" by William Gibson
  • Listening to various shows on NTS Radio
  • Photographing my cats, deteriorating infrastructure, fleeting observations on hypercapitalism
  • Rarely leaving the house


  1. dotfield Public

    All I see is little dots – some are smeared, and some are spots.

    Shell 31 2

  2. A flake utility library to craft shell-, home-, and hosts- environments.

    Nix 754 101

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Contribution activity

July 2022

Created 28 commits in 1 repository

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