Welcome to my portfolio page. The links do not lead to the actual pages, merely to example jpgs. This page itself is an example. If this is your first visit, then the color scheme you are viewing is "Corporate Blue". If you would like to loosen up a little, click on the link to your right called "Slightly Silly". If you would prefer to go Bohemian, click on "Stylish". If your browser is configured to accept cookies then you will be treated to the view of the theme of your choice upon your next visit!
My odyssey in design began when I was in the 7th grade, and began attending Vassar college's weekend repertory theater school and continues to this day. I continue to refine my skills to fit the digital era with studies such as a certificate in Interactive Multimedia from George Washington University and seminars with the National Association of Photoshop Professionals.
If you would like to simply browse some images, please visit the gallery.
Some of my projects in the area of web design include:
Content management for the Federal Emergency Management Agency. I coordinate with groups of subject matter experts such as engineers, geographers, managers, and other design specialists to produce consistently formatted 508 compliant web pages using content management systems such as Drupal and the FEMA Document Library. There are too many pages to list them all here (close to a thousand, all told) so here is a sample:
Content section home pages:
Some URLs in brief:
While at ACS I worked on medical clinical practice guidelines for the U.S. Department of Veteran's Affairs. Examples:
Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disorder (COPD)
I designed several different concepts for a special exhibition of the Marks Collection on James MacNeil Whistler for the Smithsonian Institution Libraries
I have updated and created a number of publications for the Royal Scottish Country Dance Society of the greater Washington D.C. area
And now - a bit of design candy!
A wedding card on short notice
Another of my hobbies is bird-watching, and my particular fondness is for owls. I gave vent to my madness one day by getting carried away with Dreamweaver's layering functions. Owls
And now, some Star Trek talk, courtesy of a Dreamweaver extension. If the inverting-core acceptor deflects the complex chronotron-feedback analysis, try to provoke a coil-composition reflex and several quantum biosphere resonances.
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