These are personal projects I have been involved in going as far back as 2006. I am always seeking out interesting side projects and things to play around with and have worked most extensively in the LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP) stack. I am also branching out in to Python, Javascript, Java and even a tiny bit of Ruby to continue to grow my skill set and experience.


Timestrap Timestrap entries page (10 Jun 2017).

Timestrap is a time tracking and invoicing app by Issac Bythewood that can be self-hosted anywhere easily. Through many contributions to the project, I have learned a great deal about Django, VueJS and the automated testing suite Selenium.

RDAP Explorer

RDAP Explorer RDAP Explorer (9 Feb 2017).

RDAP Explorer is a basic web app for executing RDAP queries for IP addresses. The app returns formatted, interactive output and summary information as an enhancement over the standard flat-text response. I developed and launched this project in early 2017.

Friends of Burkina Faso

Friends of Burkina Faso Friends of Burkina Faso website (11 Nov 2016).

I worked with Friends of Burkina Faso in 2016 to migrate a ten year old website to a modern, responsive Drupal 8-based website. I designed a custom sub-theme of Zircon, implemented processes for posting news, projects and other content, trained FBF's Technology Officer to keep the site updated, set up a system for keeping track of FBF membership information and migrated content and membership data from multiple sources.

Charbonneau Wells

Charbonneau Wells Charbonneau Wells website (11 Nov 2016).

In 2015, I worked with a family member to build a professional website based on Drupal 8 and the Bootstrap theme with a very basic design and easy management interface for updating and adding new information. She uses the website to highlight and sell some of her works.


Quinn A Wayback Machine archive of the Quinn home and Highscore pages (11 Nov 2016).

From 2006 until 2013, I worked with German developer Simon Härtel on the website and server/high score database for his very popular Mac OS X game, Quinn. This was an especially fun and valuable project as I was a huge fan of Quinn before meeting Simon and the work came with a plethora of new and interesting challenges (working at a large(r) scale, UTF-8, API programming, HMAC, etc.).

The website was built from scratch using sliced PSDs provided by Simon. The backend was also built from scratch as Simon and I worked closely to create a secure, stable API to accept information from the OS X application and provide a server list for multi-player games, top scores lists on various metrics and individual player pages with personal statistics, recent submissions and overall rank information.

Other Projects

This list includes both projects I have worked on alone and projects I have collaborated with others on or made minor contributions to.