I’m an Ohio-based SEO and web designer with a passion for helping businesses strengthen their digital presence. Prior to digital marketing, I served in the United States Marine Corps. The experience I gained from the service was invaluable. I lead a team of Marines through critical training exercises while ensuring their professional development.
Shortly after my enlistment, I started my first e-commerce business. While working on the business, I realized what I was truly passionate about – visual communication. I became enthralled with understanding the consumer’s journey and how good design, copywriting, and technology came together to create an engaging experience.
My goal is to join a team that will allow me the creative freedom to experiment with new designs and technologies to create something new and original that will enhance our digital interactions.
I believe effective digital marketing requires problem solvers with the right mix of experience, education, and creativity. With my passion for design, communication, digital marketing, and technical know-how, I will make your brand stand out so you can convey your message as effectively and efficiently as possible.
My journey started in 2014, after I completed my enlistment in the United States Marine Corps.
I discovered drop-shipping and the digital nomad lifestyle. This led me to travel the world and meet some of the most talented entrepreneurs, digital marketers, and overall genuinely nice and giving people I have ever met.
During my travels, I created several e-commerce businesses but quickly discovered that I was much more passionate about crafting the perfect website than I was running the business. I have been building websites ever since.
I love every aspect of SEO, web design, and front-end development. And I love that I get to help people achieve their business objectives while doing what I love. That’s my definition of success.
When I’m not at the office, you can find me playing saxophone in Central Park.
A day in the life
Here is a little more about my life. Because sometimes, you just want to know a little more bout the person you are working with.