Meet our team. We’re a fun, quirky group with a passion for cultivating green businesses.

A creative team that understands small businesses,
and more importantly, marketing for the green industry.

We’ve gone to great lengths to assemble a team that has extensive experience in marketing and advertising small businesses, especially in the green industry. Collectively, we probably have over 50 years of experience in small business marketing. Our award-winning designers have worked for us for a long time. That’s because we’ve created an environment that promotes creativity. We look after them, so they’ll look after you. Simple. Many of our staff have worked for much larger Madison Avenue advertising firms, but prefer the personal touch that only a small business advertising agency can bring to their clients.

Meet the LandscaperMarketing.com Team

Dan Antonelli: President and Creative Director, Branding Designer

Dan AntonelliWhat do you do at LandscaperMarketing.com?

The question should be rephrased. Perhaps ‘What don’t you do?’ would be more appropriate. I’m the owner, CEO, Creative Director, personnel director, yadda yadda yadda; I’m the one working 80 hours per week for very little pay. Unless of course, it’s striped bass season or cycling racing season, in which case, I only work 40 hours a week. But, seriously, I’m the one overseeing what all these creative folks do here, and making sure everything lives up to my high expectations. Generally, my day consists of talking to clients, working on their projects—and coordinating and developing branding for small businesses.

Key Qualifications:

  • BA Degree in Communications/ Advertising from University of Scranton.
  • Author of logo design books, Logo Design for Small Business 1 & 2.
  • Recognized expert on small business branding; regularly giving seminars and workshops around the country to various business groups.
  • Over 18 years experience in marketing and advertising small businesses.
  • After a five-year stint as an art director for a large NYC insurance company, founded Graphic D-Signs.
  • Personally responsible for the brand identity development of over 500 small business in NJ and around the globe.
  • Recipient of numerous design awards, and published author of over 60 industry-related articles.

What’s your background? How did you get into this racket?

As a teenager, I started out hand lettering trucks and pinstriping cars. I was always fascinated with typography, so I went to college to study advertising and graphic design. A lot of this firm’s original work was rooted in vehicle advertising. And of course, logos and branding have been a passion of mine since my younger days. It still remains my favorite type of work. Show me a logo, and chances are I’ll be able to show you ten things wrong with it. None of ours, of course, have anything wrong with them. :)

What are your favorite portfolio pieces?

After building the brands of over 500 small businesses, that’s really hard to say. But I will say that branding small businesses, and making them look big, reputable and professional, still remains my favorite part of my work. We’ve taken small lawn care companies and made them look like a national chain. That’s fun – and at the same time, very rewarding when our efforts yield them substantial results.

What accomplishments are you most proud of?

I’m very proud of building this firm from the ground up, and of the work we do here and how it helps our clients grow their business. I’m also proud of this super-creative team I’ve assembled. And the two logo design books that I wrote are a professional accomplishment that is very significant for me. There’s also a tremendous amount of satisfaction in knowing that we’ve helped over 500 small businesses market and grow. Nothing makes me happier than to hear about how our work has helped them close a sale. And the recent pro bono work we’ve been able to do is also quite rewarding. And on a personal note, last year, I caught a 38-pound striped bass, and I placed well in a few bicycle races.

What do you do when you’re not designing brilliant logos and running the company?

I love spending time with my wife and my three daughters – twin 12 year olds, and a toddler. You may have already surmised that I love saltwater fishing. I also love road biking and racing (I’m a Cat IV road racer). I race on a team with a great bunch of guys from Liberty Cycle in Basking Ridge, NJ, but I think they just let me race with them to feel better about themselves!

Jennifer Baker: Manager of Creative Services – Web & Graphic Designer

Jennifer BakerWhat do you do at LandscaperMarketing.com?

A little bit of everything. That’s what I love about working here. I work on everything from logo design, stationery design, web sites and print ads. I’m also responsible for coordinating and managing the creative people here, as well as design and project management.

Key Qualifications:

  • BFA Degree in Graphic Design from Rochester Institute of Technology, with a concentration in Communication.
  • A Degree in Visual Communications: Graphic Arts & Printing from MCC.
  • Over seven years working with small businesses on marketing, including account management of dozens of landscape firms.
  • I’ve been designing for about seven years.

What’s your background? How did you get into this racket?

I have always had an interest in art, specifically drawing. It wasn’t until college that I started to incorporate computers into my creativity. I attended RIT and received a BFA in Graphic Design. After graduating, I relocated to NJ and began my career here. I haven’t been able to find any better jobs, so I’ve stayed since then. (Kidding, of course!)

What are your favorite portfolio pieces?

My favorite portfolio piece so far is A. Bonadio & Sons Landscaping. They are a Massachusetts-based landscape contractor that came to us to get a new brand identity for the business, including logo design, pocket folders, stationery pieces and web site. I designed their stationery and pocket folder, and worked with Sarah on the web site design. Their whole package is very impressive.

What do you do when you’re not at work?

When I’m not working, I’m spending time with my husband and son dreaming up our next big home renovation plans. I also like to ski, cook, and work on my golf game.

Danielle Avenoso: Marketing Director

Danielle AvenosoWhat do you do at LandscaperMarketing.com?

I wear a few hats. I spearhead the strategic forefront to align the client’s objectives and challenges so that the we can bring tactical creative solutions to the table. Every client is unique. As such, I devise calculated plans that leverage their specific budget in the most effective and appropriate channels so that their advertising dollars can work harder for them, and not the other way around. I also manage the day-to-day responsibilities of the accounts to ensure seamless delivery from ideation to production.

Key Qualifications:

  • BA Degree in Advertising from Quinnipiac University.
  • Over 4 years experience at the most established and renowned NYC advertising agencies—Young & Rubicam and mcgarrybowen.
  • Managed some of the nation’s most recognizable and celebrated brands, like Campbell’s® and Verizon Wireless.
  • Expertise in strategic and tactical planning.

What’s your background? How did you get into this racket?

I’ve always had a passion for people, creativity and problem solving; so naturally the world of advertising seemed appropriate. I get great satisfaction from helping my clients prevail over challenges through inventive and strategic initiatives. But I get even more gratification when these efforts help my clients’ businesses thrive in their respective industries. I’ve worked for some of NYC’s largest advertising agencies, and now I’ve put my experience and expertise to the test to help the clients here.

What are your favorite portfolio pieces?

Strawberry Blossom embodies the type of project that I find tremendous enjoyment in, because it is a perfect case study on how building a unique identity for a small business has a huge impact on their bottom line. I get joy from providing tactical and budget-efficient planning for a client that not only serves them in the short run, but also helps them to succeed in the long run. Their success is my success.

What accomplishments are you most proud of?

I am very proud of receiving accolades as a Division 1 Field Hockey player at Quinnipiac University. Playing at this caliber has taught me a lot about hard work, discipline and ethics; all of which have enabled me to succeed in my professional life. This strong foundation has been a catalyst to my success in the highly competitive NYC advertising industry, and has given me the great opportunity to work at Young & Rubicam and mcgarrybowen, two of the most prestigious agencies worldwide.

What do you do when you’re not at work?

I enjoy spending my time in the great outdoors known as Northern NJ. I feel very blessed to live in an area where the possibilities are endless and everything is within an arm’s reach: lakes, hiking and camping. I am game for any challenge and anything that fits the bill of adventure and spontaneity. I will try anything at least once.

Anthony Sariyan: Senior Account Manager

What do you do at LandscaperMarketing.com?

I am a Senior Account Manager specializing in all aspects of advertising and marketing. This involves helping businesses gain more recognition and revenue by allowing our talented team to help you reach an array of consumers. I engage pre-existing and prospective clients to show them the endless possibilities of growing their business to its fullest potential. After all, your success is our success.

Key Qualifications:

  • BA in Marketing from Quinnipiac University School of Business
  • Over five years experience with small business marketing in the home furnishing and bedding industry
  • Three years marketing experience for non-profit fundraising and benefits auctions
  • Expertise in new business development and client relationships

What’s your background? How did you get into this racket?

Growing up, my parents owned their own small business and taught my brothers and I the true meaning of customer service and brand loyalty at a very young age. Those core values, combined with a creative imagination and a strong business sense, helped shape my path into a marketing career. I’ve had the pleasure to work with a wide range of clients, from small businesses and non-profit organizations to professional sports teams and national retail brands. I pride myself on “out-caring” anyone my client works with when it comes to their advertising and branding needs. A strong relationship is the foundation to any successful partnership, and that is what I offer GDS clients.

What accomplishments are you most proud of?

An accomplishment that I am proud of the most is joining the brilliant team of professionals at GDS.

What do you do when you’re not at work?

When I am not diligently executing client’s deliverables, I can be found watching sports, going to concerts, reading a book, playing KanJam, hanging out with friends, and enjoying the outdoors.

Sarah Neal: Senior Web and Graphical Interface Designer

What do you do at LandscaperMarketing.com?

Sarah NealI make our websites pretty. Basically that means using Photoshop, Flash (the animation technology that you seen in our sites), and whatever other ingredients are necessary to design an amazing website. Once the design concept is complete and approved by the client, I chop them up and put Flash into them so that the rest of the team can move forward and make the sites do what they’re supposed to! I am also, on occasion, the resident photographer.

Key Qualifications:

  • Completed Web Developer Program & Coop Placement through Algonquin College Ottawa, Canada 2001
  • Four-year owner of successful freelance design business prior to being purchased by GDS
  • Ten years experience designing and building over 500 web sites
  • Self taught photographer- shooting a variety of subjects “on the side,” including products for various GDS web sites
  • Recipient of dozens of design awards for web design.

What’s your background? How did you get into this racket?

I was first exposed to a primitive web design program in my Canadian high school–and although it had serious limitations, I fell in love with the process. Since the web didn’t progress to having a lot of rich content at that point, I found that none of the college programs I looked into fit what I wanted to do. After finishing a desktop publishing program, I got into a Web Developer program that focused on the end application of sites while neglecting the design side. As luck would have it, though, a classmate lent me a copy of Photoshop and I immediately began to see how this powerful program could make all the ideas in my head happen.

I built a small portfolio of sites for friends and neighbors – which bought me a graphic design position straight out of college with a prominent Ottawa agency. A year later I resigned to become a freelancer, and was self-employed for four years before signing on here–where I have spent the past 5 years. The team really complements what I do and makes my sites be as functional as they are “pretty.”

What are your favorite portfolio pieces?

It is really hard to pick one. A couple that I like are David Ash Landscape Contractors, and Strawberry Blossom. Mainly I love the sites that make people feel like they’ve had an “experience.” The web is capable of a lot more than a brochure – so why not stretch it to it’s limits?

What accomplishments are you most proud of?

In life? Having children. I guess as far as work goes, I’m most proud of how the clients respond to my work. I think it’s a big accomplishment to have a client throw vague ideas at you and be able to come back with something that they love. I’m also proud of having mastered quite a few different styles on the web. I think I’ve covered everything from clean to grunge, modern to retro, traditional to quirky. Stay tuned though – there are lots of other things I want to accomplish. Philippians 4:13!

What do you do when you’re not at work?

Entertain my children, who are the most lovable characters in the world so luckily it’s more like fun than work! I love the outdoors, preferably if I’m in it with my husband, daughter and son, and my camera. I love camping, hiking, canoeing, exploring: pretty much anything that involves fresh air and a reasonable amount of sanity (no – I’m not into the extreme stuff). I also love traveling – the farther away the better. Photography has been my recreational distraction for as long as I can remember. I shoot pretty much anything and everything. I also love listening to and playing play piano and guitar, occasionally acting as my church’s pianist. Other than that… eating a home cooked meal with my family. I LOVE good food.

Danny Albeck: Web Developer / Programmer & SEO Strategist

What do you do at LandscaperMarketing.com?

Danny AlbeckI take care of slicing and dicing our creative layouts into standards compliant semantic structures. This helps ensure our clients have the most user-friendly and search engine-friendly sites they possibly can. I live and breath CSS. I’m also our go-to person for implementing search engine strategy, adwords management, and all things search engine related. Me and Google are pretty tight.

Key Qualifications:

  • Associate’s Degree in Design and Technology
  • First place in a 2006 NJIT Web Development Competition
  • Freelancing for five years in web design and development
  • Google Analytics expert
  • Extensive experience in successful search engine strategies for small businesses

What’s your background? How did you get into this racket?

I have always been interested in web design and development since the mid 90’s when all of this craziness first started. I spend the majority of my time keeping up with the trends and styles of today’s leading sites, and went to school for Graphic Design and Animation.

What types of projects are your favorite?

Of course, web-related projects. I enjoy taking complex layouts and making them functional and optimized for the big search engines. I love seeing the results of my search engine work for our clients, and helping their businesses achieve online success.

What accomplishments are you most proud of?

An accomplishment that I am proud of is the perseverance I kept throughout my journey into the design world. So many people have attempted to discourage me by warning me of the competitiveness. Working here will certainly lead me to many more great accomplishments, and I feel blessed to be part of such a creative team here. We all feed off of each, and it’s a great environment to be around.

What do you do when you’re not at work?

There is such a thing as no work? If it is baseball season I will be in NYC at the Yankee games watching the best team win, or spending my time with my girl friend and friends traveling around having a good time.

Jeff Devey: Senior Illustrator and Branding Designer

What do you do at LandscaperMarketing?

Jeff DeveyMostly I deal with designing (or re-designing) logos. I create custom illustrations, lettering, and icons, and basically try to do my part to make our clients look better than the competition. I’m also responsible for a lot of the logos that use custom typography, or hand-drawn scripts.

I also get a lot of redesign and rebranding jobs. We like to joke about how often these logos are developed by the nephews and nieces of our clients ‘who are really good at drawing’ – but in reality, it doesn’t happen too frequently. Although we’re regularly surprised about the branding choices some clients have made prior to hiring us!

Too often, existing fonts are limited – so it’s great to be able to offer our clients that service as part of many the logos we create. I also do some stationery designs, and designs for vehicles.

Key Qualifications:

  • AA Degree in Art from College of Southern Idaho
  • Over 10 years experience as a designer and illustrator
  • Has won awards in several national art contests, winning his first at age nine
  • Has designed over 1000 small business logos
  • Designed cover artwork for EOTO’s album “Fire The Lazers!”

What’s your background? How did you get into this racket?

I grew up in the industry and basically started at an early age hanging around (and later working at) my dad’s graphics business, where I learned first how to draw. Then, I learned the skills necessary to put my designs in digital form. What started as designing logos for fictitious companies, just for fun, has since evolved into creating award-winning logo designs for real clients. With over 1000 logos under my belt, there probably isn’t a business type that I haven’t designed a logo for.

What are your favorite portfolio pieces?

I would have to say the Royal Crown Dairy logo is the one I’m most proud of at this point. I’m a sucker for nostalgia and design styles from the past, and the amount of work involved in taking the piece from a rough pencil sketch to a finished design really paid off–especially when I got to see the finished product on everything from brochures to vehicle graphics to magazine pages.

What accomplishments are you most proud of?

So far it has really thrilled me whenever a project I have been involved in is recognized by awards or publication, which I hope thrills our clients as well. I also feel privileged to work with designers of the caliber found at GDS who go the extra mile to create truly unique and outstanding designs for their clients, and who continue to inspire me with their talents.

What do you do when you’re not at work?

Let’s see … right now I enjoy learning Spanish, oil painting, playing keyboards in a band, geeking out about tech stuff (mostly stuff from Apple), and spending quality time with my wife and two dogs.

Shannon Peddicord: Senior Copywriter and Content Developer

What do you do at LandscaperMarketing.com?

Shannon PeddicordI compose the words that go with the GDS team’s amazing designs. Basically, that means I write taglines, web content, brochures, sales copy, newsletters and social media content that communicate the essentials of your business: who you are, what you do—and why customers should trust you to get the job done. I love working as a consultant with GDS, because I’ve seen firsthand how compelling copy, strategic branding and award-winning design combine to make a big impression on target audiences.

Key Qualifications:

  • BS in Journalism and Broadcast Production from the University of Colorado at Boulder
  • MS in Communication from University of New Mexico
  • 15+ years of writing and editing experience
  • Recipient of numerous SEO copywriting awards
  • Former career as a writer, director and producer for cable TV and several corporate media outlets

What’s your background? How did you get into this racket?

I’ve always been kind of a word-nerd, and that’s why I pursued journalism and communication in college. Writing is really a passion for me. I’m committed to convincing clients that what they say—on their web site, in their newsletter or on their blog—really does matter. Because when your business speaks well, it converts onlookers to loyal customers. It’s my job to create the words that make that happen.

What types of projects are your favorite?

It’s really hard to choose a favorite project type, because I enjoy them all. The cool thing about my job is that I’m always learning something new. In a given week, I write about dozens of topics—from landscaping to technology. If I had to choose a favorite type of writing, though, it would have to be web-related work. I love creating SEO-friendly content to go with GDS’s stellar designs, and I love communicating with business audiences through innovative social networking platforms like Twitter, Facebook and blogging.

What do you do when you’re not at work?

I love my work, and am blessed to be at GDS. Outside of writing, family and faith are my anchors. I enjoy spending as much time as possible with my husband and two boys—from camping and hiking to attending church and playing board games. We especially love all-things outdoors, whether it’s sunny or snowing. I’m also an avid fitness fan. In my spare time, I teach Pilates, cardio and weight training classes. Heading to the gym is a great way to conquer writer’s block.

Joan Olkowski: Senior Art Director

What do you do at LandscaperMarketing?

Joan OlkowskiI work on developing and maintaining your brand with the entire creative team. You may catch me working on anything from a stationery sets and brochures to website development and planning. I also manage many projects as well as provide the overall art direction and brand implementation across different media.

Key Qualifications:

  • MA in Graphic Design: Savannah College of Art and Design
  • BFA in Arts,: Graphic Design: Wayne State University
  • 2010 Interactive Gold: Louisville Graphic Design Association
  • Independently maintained a Graphic Design Studio for over four years

What’s your background? How did you get into this racket?

After years of illustrating wildlife in watercolor and pen & ink, I became interested in sequential art during high school. This interest grew into a love of digital illustration through Photoshop, and then to higher pursuits in graphic design. I graduated with a BFA in Graphic Design from Wayne State University in 2005, and an MA in Graphic Design from Savannah College of Art and Design in 2010. For the last several years, I have been managing print, web, product, and brand identities as an independent agent for a wide variety of local businesses and nonprofits. I look forward to realizing more exceptional concepts with Graphic D-Signs.

What types of projects are your favorite?

I enjoy a little of everything, but really enjoy managing a project from beginning to end.

What do you do when you’re not at work?

If I am not at the keyboard, I may be found in any odd number of particulars: sketching in pen and painting in watercolor, hiking or hitting the gym, cycling (if I can figure out where to ride in NJ), reading and weaving a nonsense of words, playing the violin and flute–and could likely survive on listening to podcasts (NPR, HowStuffWorks, TypeRadio, the MacCast, MacBreak Weekly, MacGroup, PhotoshopUserTV, and many more).

Craig Moser: Web and Graphic Designer

What do you do at LandscaperMarketing.com?

Craig MoserI do a little bit of everything here, from working on logos to designing web sites. I’m also involved in the coding and programming of sites, and making beautiful CSS. In addition, I do a fair amount of print design, and work on giving our clients a seamless look on their web site as well as brochures and stationery.

Key Qualifications:

  • BFA Kutztown University of Pennsylvania
    Major: Communication Design
    Graphic & Interactive Concentration
  • National Technical Honor Society
  • Member of Bethlehem Area Vo-tech OAC
  • 5 Years of freelance experience

What’s your background? How did you get into this racket?

Although I am an athlete at heart, my mother encouraged me to do something that would not require the hospital. It is not like six knee surgeries, one shoulder surgery, five concussions, and countless broken bones while in high school is that big of deal. Needless to say I was stuck in my room most of high school, which is when I found my love for graphic design.

After that, I decided to go to Vo-Tech in high school and further my education by going to college (Kutztown University). As a freshman in college I was designing packaging for Just Born Candy which produces Peeps, Mike & Ikes, Zours, Peanut Chews, and Hot Tamales. The last two years of college I interned for a Philadelphia agency and designed internally for the Philadelphia Flyers and 76ers. Somewhere in there I also fell in love with designing and coding websites. Never did I think my mom yelling at me for always being hurt would take me so far.

What types of projects are your favorite?

My favorite project is when a new company gives me full creative freedom to do what I think is best for them. I love seeing my projects carried through from identity and branding to the web. A project with a happy client is always nice, too.

What do you do when you’re not at work?

If I am not glued to my computer chair, blasting my music, designing, and spending endless hours on the web, I may be found: watching the Flyers, Eagles, and Phillies (not the Yankees), playing lacrosse, running, gym, mountain biking, kayaking, fishing, traveling, hanging out with friends, and watching the annoying little sister play soccer.

John Boerckel: Graphic Designer

What do you do at LandscaperMarketing.com?

As a Graphic Designer with GDS, I am involved heavily in the design process for all of our branding initiatives. I work on everything from logos and stationery to vehicle wraps and print layouts.

Key Qualifications:

  • BS Degree from Philadelphia University, majoring in Graphic Design Communication
  • Published in three different logo-inspiration books
  • Over four years experience as a graphic designer

What’s your background? How did you get into this racket?

I was a doodler throughout my childhood. I often found myself clipping things I liked out of magazines and using them to create collage books. When I learned how to use PowerPoint, I moved my collages into presentation form, picking fonts for each slide and making an entire project out of it. I enjoyed art classes in high school, and made the decision to study graphic design in college. I graduated from Philadelphia University with a major in Graphic Design Communication. Since graduating, I’ve worked in the design field for over four years and am happy to have landed at GDS!

What types of projects are your favorite?

I have the most fun with brands that have a strong vision for their company. Brands that apply a solid font family and perfectly structured color palette lead to visually stunning brand identity pieces. I like projects that give me the opportunity and freedom to experiment and try out new things.

What do you do when you’re not at work?

When I’m not at work, I stay very interested in the design world, and can very often be found spending time on design inspiration sites. I enjoy seeing what my fellow creatives are currently building. Aside from design, I have a strong passion for music. I love going to shows and seeing my favorite bands play live. I’ll also spend countless hours looking for new music and organizing my playlists.

Ali Kondra: Production Coordinator

What do you do at LandscaperMarketing.com?

I work in a wide variety of areas, managing everything from design edits to SEO/web accounts. I also help to apply the content and information that goes into creating our clients’ web sites.

Key Qualifications:

  • Graduated Cum Laude with BFA in Graphic Design from Montclair State University
  • Member of Sigma Alpha Lambda, National Honors Organization
  • 4 years of freelance experience as a graphic designer

What’s your background? How did you get into this racket?

As a child, I enjoyed drawing, painting and creating projects. Whether it was doodling or building sand castles, I was always doing something involving design. It wasn’t until high school, however, that I became aware of what could be done with the computer. During this time, I realized how much I loved graphic design and decided design would be my career path and focus throughout college. After graduating from Montclair State University and experiencing a couple of internships, I’m happy to say I that I landed at GDS.

What types of projects are your favorite?

My favorite type of project would have to be one that makes me push my creative limits. I love seeing a simple idea being turned into a masterpiece. Projects that keep me captivated and eager to learn are important. I look forward to helping clients build up their business; nothing is better than making someone as happy as you are with a project.

What accomplishments are you most proud of?

A major accomplishment would be getting through my many years of schooling to be where I am today. I’m proud to say how far I have come just in the past couple of years. Throughout my journey, I have learned a lot and I am proud that my ideas and designs can be enjoyed by others.

What do you do when you’re not at work?

When I’m not working, I’m usually spending time with the people I love. My Sundays consist of pasta, meatballs and family time, the traditional Italian way. When I find the free time, I love to paint. Sitting down with a brush and canvas can be very relaxing. I also love to curl up with a compelling novel while watching my favorite show (i.e. Seinfeld) for background noise because I’m a great multi-tasker.

Danny Cabrera: Web Developer

What do you do at LandscaperMarketing.com?

I am an all-around web developer tasked with making sites come alive. With my trusted sidekicks Danny and Craig, we take web development to a new level. I have yet to reach my peak and I will be looking forward to making some amazing sites for our clients.

Key Qualifications:

  • Associate’s Degree in Web Design/Interactive Media
  • Accomplished CSS3 and HTML5 developer
  • Freelancing for 2 years in web design, development, and illustration

What’s your background? How did you get into this racket?

Ever since I could use a computer, I would teach myself how to use media and graphic design software. I always felt a thrill in showing my friends what I could make. I grew up in the age of web advancements, so naturally I was drawn to web development. I went to the Art Institute of New York City where I studied web design and interactive media. During my time there, I learned SEO techniques, navigation and design styles and how to optimize sites for quick loading times. Now it’s time to show the world what I can do.

What types of projects are your favorite?

I like projects where I can take parts of sites and make them interactive. I enjoy implementing new technologies, into web sites – such as unique navigation styles, or content loading and formatting. I love CSS3 transformations, jQuery plugins, and hopefully a client will be in need of some HTML5 video tags or music players. The more media the better – that’s what I always say!

What accomplishments are you most proud of?

I am most proud of following my dreams of being a web developer. I know that I have far to go in mastering my craft, but I feel like I have accomplished a lot being a young developer. I plan to learn many more advanced programming languages and one day create the next big social media site. Watch out Zuckerberg!

What do you do when you’re not at work?

When I’m not at work, I’m usually at home, which is just down the block – literally! I love music and enjoy producing music in my home studio. I also love snowboarding, jet skiing, and playing basketball. I recently got my motorcycle license and plan on doing a lot of road trips on the weekends. I also enjoy going on fun adventures with my girlfriend of 5 years (I know she would grill me if I didn’t mention her!)