This page is an online portfolio that showcases some of the creative and web projects I have worked on recently.
Launched in 2021, this site is a personal project which contains a comprehensive directory of free, public skateboard parks in the state of Arizona. Responsive site built using the BootStrap framework.
Assisted with on-page search engine optimization for a local ecommerce company producing homeschool grammar workbooks for students. Built and managed a Google Ads PPC campaign.
Built a custom SquareSpace website for a mountaintop wedding venue in Arizona. Assisted with domain name research, built site, wrote original content, set up custom monthly reporting, and built and managed a Google Ads PPC account.
Joined the City of Peoria in 2017 and helped with migrating their legacy website to a new Content Management System. Responsible for managing the city's 4 public-facing websites including content, SEO, and ensuring Section 508 WCAG accessibility compliance.
Redesigned a website for a local fence construction and repair company. SquareSpace site with contact form and mobile-responsive design.
G/O Digital was a digital marketing agency owned by TEGNA that helped local businesses build their online presence. I joined the Fulfillment team as a Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Specialist from 2015 to 2017.
Launched in 2015, this site is a personal project which contains a complete history and numerous rare photographs of a former abandoned horse racing track in Goodyear, Arizona. Responsive site built using the BootStrap framework.
From 2006 to 2015, I worked at US Digital Media as a full-time, in-house professional. Have done everything from blogging and copywriting to marketing and PPC, but my primary focus was on-page Search Engine Optimization (SEO) for the company's ecommerce websites.
Co-founded this automotive enthusiast website with three friends in 2012. Powered by WordPress with a child theme. Has custom login screen, pagination, automatic database backups, and more. I also wrote more than 100 posts for the site.
Back in 2008, I jumped on the bandwagon and started a hyper-local news and history site called North Phoenix Blog. Over 200 posts and 130,000 page views later, it has become an established and well-ranked niche blog. Built on Google Blogger with Google AdSense ads.
Working with author Wesley Treat, several of my stories and photos appeared in the book Weird Arizona, which was published in 2006 by Sterling Publishing.
From its earliest days as an AngelFire site in 1998, my personal homepage has continuously evolved over time. It showcases my projects, travel adventures, and digital photos. It has always and will always remain ad-free. Currently a WordPress site with Custom Post Types and a mobile-responsive design.