It’s very important what others think about you.
Max is my favorite of your friends because he always fills the ice trays.
In a talent show where the bar isn’t too high, you would do all right.
You fact-checking spider! You rollerblading vampire!
I play the tenor sax, clarinet, and piano. I once heard, “A gentleman is a man who can play the saxophone but doesn’t,” which has haunted me forever since.
I boulder, snowboard, and play tennis (ordered by increasing mediocrity).
I’m from Seattle. As mandated by local law, I drink a ton of coffee, love IPAs, and wear beanies all the time. I’ve spent some time studying and working in Amsterdam, Zurich, and New York.
I miss the GeoCities days when personal pages were the rage. Behold, some friends with websites:
Alex Miller digital visual artist; curious and warm; loves trying all the drinks from Japanese vending machines.
Callan Berry comic artist and designer; hilarious and personable; seems to always know full plots to games and movies before they’re out.
Cooper Smith pixel artist, drummer, retro game enthusiast, and policy analyst; meticulous and sincere; the best candidate for our band name was “Urban Toast.”
Ike McCreery social organizer and software engineer; open and intimate; hanging out is like a breath of fresh air.
Steve Geluso teacher and freelance developer; courageous and down-to-earth; I once witnessed him pull a taco out of his pocket.
More of me
I am also on GitHub.
I really sort of feel like I ought to like ever post on the Gram, or the Book, or… the Twitter. I just feel so draned after trawling through them once in a while I can’t muster up the resolve. So right now this website and GitHub is all you get.