My Digital Footprint
I share substantial portions of my life online. I share because I believe that life is better shared. And I share because I believe that privacy is dead in the age of the internet. I always try to be true to myself, whether in an online or offline setting. Though this website could just be a professionally-focused nameplate, it would not reflect the many facets of what makes me who I am. I am not one-dimensional, so it stands to reason that my digital footprint is more than just a cardboard castle.

I am fortunate to love the work that I do. So yes, my professional development and aspirations are part of who I am. But I am more than that, and I happily share much of the rest of my life with the world. If you are a potential employer or future co-worker, I want you to know more than just what I have done and what I can do. I want you to know who I am and what I stand for. These things are best communicated in the day-to-day of how I conduct myself. So please feel free to have a look at my personal blog and Twitter account.

But here's the disclaimer: there is no single platform that represents me as a whole. The internet will only ever capture a snapshot of who I have been, who I am now, and who I am becoming.

If you would really like to get to know me, then let's talk! I love conversation.

Where to find me

Music stuff

Photo stuff