I'm a mobile software developer based out of Toronto Ontario, Canada. Building native mobile applications for recognized brands since 2009. Well versed in design patterns, test driven development (TDD), and platform porting (iOS apps to Android and vice versa).

In a previous life, I was a Drupal developer and I still do some custom Drupal module and theme development. Recently I've picked Symfony as my PHP development framework of choice, and will use it as a starting point for projects not fit for Drupal.

This site is primarily used to showcase the work I've done in the past and illustrating what I've learned in my years of experience. See the contact page for contact information.

M.Sc Computer Science - University of Guelph ('08)
B. Comp (Honours), Business Administration minor - University of Guelph ('05)

Androids! They’re Everywhere!!!

Just when I say I need something Java related to get excited about, Google’s Open Handset Operating System ‘Android’ was announced. I looked at it and thought it was pretty cool. Then I watched the youtube video of the demonstration of the thing. I have to admit, it was getting me a little excited.

Indoor Macro Photography

Now that the cold weather is here, I have the opportunity to practice macro photography. I've had a ring light for a while now, and I haven’t got around to using it in any real depth. Mainly because my white balance settings on my camera does not include a "Ring Light" settings. Anyways, I started using it today and it wasn’t as bad as I thought it would be. I was testing it on a couple of beer bottle caps that were laying around.

Can’t a man walk down the street without being offered a job?

I’ve been helping people out here and there with their various web based projects, but lately people have been asking me to do full on web based projects. I never accept them because of how busy I am with work and school, but I have to ask the question: Can’t I just go to a meeting without being offered work?

Extreme Caterpillar

I thought this was pretty funny. It reminded me of something I'd do, if I could do it.


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