As noted on the front page, I’m a full time (salaried, not independent contractor) Web Developer (specializing in WordPress) for a very large non-profit, and that I am not looking to leave them except for a career within sports (must be salaried, with benefits; must also be for sports media and/or web development for sports or eGaming). I have been developing websites since 1999 (HTML and basic CSS) and working with PHP since 2001. I am well known for meticulously following proper HTML, CSS and PHP / WordPress Development standards.

I started off with my own custom Content Management Systems, and finally joined the WordPress movement in 2015. My mentor, John Donna (his company is linked two paragraphs down from here) started me on my WordPress journey. Since then, I’ve taken what I’ve learned and have gone crazy with it. There are times when the Mentee (me) has become the teacher to the Mentor (John). We’re constantly helping each other grow as WordPress developers.

While I am open to accepting web development projects, I am in a position to be *very* picky about which projects I do accept. I am open to just about any sports site (except for any that center around high schools in Arkansas or anything involving the Arkansas Razorbacks, since I do have a non-compete promise with LRB Sports Media, Inc (a relationship which started in 2003 and continues today) and sites that require a bit of a unique vibe.

I would prefer to not take on large scale projects (if you need someone for that, I highly recommend my WordPress mentor and his company: John Donna and his team are amazing and good people to work with.

My rates are pretty straight forward: $100/hour (USD), billed in 15 minute increments. It’s important to note that I am not a web designer (AKA, I’m not a graphics person). That being said, I do have a couple of fantastic people I work with (one in the US and one across the pond in the United Kingdom). I’d be more than happy to work with them on your behalf for your website.

Below, you’ll see some of the websites I’ve worked on (and continue to work on). Thanks for stopping by!