Born and raised in a family of twelve on the outskirts of Northern Virginia, I’ve been a web developer since 2006 and have (nearly) enjoyed every minute of it.

I graduated from Christendom College in 2004 with a Major in Philosophy and Minor in History, and very shortly after was fortunate enough to fall into web design.

I currently work as a full-stack engineer for U.S. News & World Report’s tech team. I specialize in JavaScript, React, CSS, HTML, Python, Django and MySQL.

When I’m not busy coding, I enjoy hiking the great outdoors, playing guitar, cooking, reading and football.

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