Leaving high I school was torn between the fine arts and the sciences. I decided computer science would be broadly applicable enough to take me nearly anywhere.
In 2001 I graduated with a Bachelor of Computer Science from the University of Manitoba. Throughout my degree I also perused my passion for the humanities and collected the course equivalent of a minor in anthropology. It was only years later that I’d come to realize how profoundly my electives had impacted me. I came to realize that I am not simply a computer scientist, but more-so an anthropologist in an ongoing ethnography studying humans through computers and the Internet.
I specialize in requirements gathering and information architecture. I have a wealth of experience with project planning, project budgeting, and project management as well as software implementation, process implementation, and organizational design. I always strive to design pragmatic, succinct solutions, carefully structured for future maintenance.