I make websites.

I tailor themes / edit codes / make designs / SEO optimize to meet each person’s needs. Yes, please do contact me to tell me how special you are. We will make sure your site reflects that.

Here are a few of my favorites.


Amy Everson is, by far, one of the most unique and challenging artists I’ve had the pleasure of knowing. She’s also my partner, so I had to make good and knock this site out of the park. I think I did.

Borrowing inspiration from her sky-painted bedroom, the site has been photographed, designed, and color coordinated to reflect an online art exhibition in the form of AMY’S ROOM.

What I love about this site is that it is constantly in motion; nary a week has gone by without Amy’s additional costumes, masks, designs, and toys growing in collection. Coupled with the upcoming release of her award-winning feature film, FELT, I can’t even imagine what this beast is going to look like in a year.


Modern Combatives

I was as terrified of making this site as I was of stepping foot inside of a gym. But after one fitness class with gym co-founder, Alan Pagle, I felt fearless in approaching either. What makes this the Bay Area’s number one gym? The atmosphere is energetic, the feedback is functionally constructive, and everybody engages in the work with their full attention. That, plus it’s home to the other co-founder, the world famous Lily Pagle, who holds a 2nd degree black belt in Judo & a black belt in Jiu-Jitsu.

The site reflects the positivity, lightness, and focus of the gym Lily & Alan have crafted with love and patience.

I Felt Your Penis

Well, hello, and welcome to the NSFW portion of my site. I Felt Your Penis is the result of Amy Everson’s hard work crafting custom felt penises with batted wool and felting needles and my recognizing an opportunity to share her art with the world. Thus was born a site in which customers can customize a penis through the online order forms and where Amy will felt the penis into fruition.

No, it isn’t a joke, and yes, they are just as amazing to feel as they were to felt.