I've been a developer since 1999, with a few detours into management. But I usually like to get my hands dirty.
Until the last two years, I worked mostly in advertising and marketing, and almost exclusively on frontend. Projects tended to be fast and ephemeral.
Since then, I've delved into enterprise web applications and websites. The experience has given me new appreciation for rigor, proper architecture, testing, and code quality.
I love to learn and improve my craft. I take great pride in my interpersonal skills, productivity, and creativity.
I prefer to work with remote teams, but I'm available for meetings in the New York City area, and can travel for short durations if needed.