I am a developer with fifteen years of professional experience. I am seeking full-time employment in New York. I love making tools work together, exploring data, and finding ways to help people be more productive with technology. I am an avid photographer, a curious musician, and a nature nerd, and I look for ways to apply my skills to my hobbies. I currently serve as the senior developer at a mid-sized ISP.
I have been sharing my photos online for many years now. With few exceptions, I post them at quite low resolution, under a Creative Commons license that allows you to use and share them. However, there wasn't any easy way to get high-quality prints of my photos. Now there is!
I have posted many of my best photos there, including highlights from the High Line, the Brooklyn Botanic Garden, all around New York City, and some of my best bird and arthropod photos. If you ever see anything on Flickr of mine that you'd like a print of, just let me know, and I'll make it available for purchase.
What sounds like a great horned owl (Bubo virginianus) hoots while I take photos of Orion late at night at Bloomfield Farm.
A recording during Member Night at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden.
Pioneering work in the field of barbershop by Rafi, John, Kofi, and myself. This research, conducted late at night at Twins Pub in Hell's Kitchen after a Voices of Gotham rehearsal, has numerous applications, everywhere from car alarms to dispersing audiences. The tune is a barbershop standard, "Heart Of My Heart". Thanks to Rafi (or blame Rafi) for the recording!
Frogs sing under the nearly-full moon's light at the shore of the Great Sacandaga Lake, near the Batchellerville Bridge.