My work as a freelance web developer, and academic, are often combined, and interweave. Much of my time is devoted to projects directed by Agile Humanities based in Toronto. This includes Omeka, Wordpress, and Jekyll research and academic websites, as well as commercial and government sites related to higher education and research sectors.
In addition, as a digital historian the remainder of my time is take up with the prototype digital history platform NanoHistory.org. I am currently revising full length articles discussing Nanohistory's approach to event modeling and historical form and data.
You can browse individual projects to the right, or flip through some of my old prezis below.