Main tech guy. Chip makes it easy for you. More then that, I really like to help people. When you have a problem and I can make it go away, that makes me very happy. People just don't need stupid, tech problems bringing them down.
For the last 20 years I've been a self-employed, technology consultant. My clients range from corporate, including Fox News and Blue Cross to home based clients just looking for their PC to run faster. I have a large number of specialty clients ranging from photographers and directors to artists, producers and writers. I've provided a wide array of services to these various and diverse clients over the years. As you can see by this web-site, we've covered a lot of ground.
Prior to that I spent ten years managing the technical infrastructure of the Desktop/Advertising departments of Bloomingdales, Macy's East and G.Fox department stores in Hartford, CT. From 1987 to 1997 I was on the cutting edge of all desktop publishing, image editing and pre-press technologies. If it was new, I had it before anyone else. I even got to play around with a brand new computer system known as NeXT.
My original introduction to computers and technology came in 1978 when I was 14 years old. My mother worked for a private school in Wallingford, CT called Choate/Rosemary Hall. Her position included campus housing and meals at the dining hall. One night while we were eating, a student came over to talk to my mother. He was heading over to the science hall to work on the PDP-8 computer system and said I could come along. There was a teletype machine with a roll of yellow paper and a side attachment for the paper-punch tape that was used to program/record the system. There was also DEC-Tape reel-to-reel but you had to have access to the inner room to use that.
I was hooked.
Our main designer. Kyung makes it pretty for you.