|Hello everyone. Thank you for visiting my site. Allow me to tell you a little bit about myself while you browse around.
I started webdesign back in 1999 when I began my first site GameTavern. The site was a video game related site that is still running today, and something that I use nearly everyday. I’ve created dozens and dozens of sites over the years, teaching myself the ins and outs of the internet and attending the University of Colorado, in Colorado Springs. I’ve since graduated from CU with a degree in Applied Communications, and created many multi-million hit sites for many businesses and individuals.
One of my favorite things to do, is learn how to improve my sites on the internet. I purchase new books every month, and read them to expand my knowledge of the world wide web. Let me tell you, it is impossible to learn it all, but fun to try.
Over the years, I’ve kept creating websites based on good strong web communities. Its nice to create fun, safe, and educational sites where people of all ages can gather for a good time. Hopefully I’ll be doing the same thing, 20 years from now, but I’m sure the internet will be quite a different place.
My current love is my site 405th.com. It is a Halo Costuming community where we gather and teach each other about how to make props and costumes. People get seriously jazzed about being able to run around in their own Chief armor. We’ve been meeting every year at Dragoncon, and the number of serious forum users grows every time. I would have never met some of my best friends if it wasn’t for my community sites.
I’m also in the process of upgrading my WitchesOfOz.com site. It needs a new CMS system, and a serious SEO overhaul. For those not familiar with the Wicked Musical, I suggest finding some tickets! It will change you for good.
I’ve finally started putting up a good amount of YouTube videos, so check them out. Whether they’re entertaining, or informative to you or not, it might give you a little more insight into what I’ve been keeping my self busy with lately. I’m glad to get to know you all, and I hope to talk to you soon!