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Bespoke websites.
Listening and caring.

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I built my first website in 1998

It sucked.

A lot has changed since then. I develop kickass websites that don’t suck using the latest technologies and performance architecture. I can grow facial hair and have two super awesome kids. It really has changed.

A fun face

By passion a frontend web developer

I have degrees in philosophy and social work, not computer science.

I enjoy the juxtaposition between creating websites and my full time job as a mental health therapist. Fixing a line of code is reassuringly certain when contrasted with the nuance of human experience.

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Slow is smooth, smooth is fast

I don’t do rushed.

Building a fast and easy to use, website is a slow process. It requires focus, collaboration and creativity. I only work on a few projects per year and appreciate the craftsmanship of a well made product.

A slow race
Gatsby Theme Catalyst

Gatsby Catalyst Themes

A set of opinionated themes and starters I built to accelerate my own workflow when building new Gatsby projects. Free and open source.

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Life With Benjamin

www.lifewithbenjamin.com

A personal blog and small business website for a creative professional who specializes in content creation, photography and videography.

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Brianna Sharpe

www.briannasharpe.com

A personal portfolio website to showcase Brianna's freelance writing. Built using GatsbyJS and Catalyst Themes.

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I'm ready to listen!

Inspired idea? New direction? Creating something amazing? Let's talk!

The best way to reach me is via email.

I am excited to start talking and working together. Building an open and collaborative working relationship is crucial. Developing a final product we are all happy with depends on it.

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