Reddit /r/science (2015-Current)

reddit.com/r/science

The /r/science community is the largest science discussion platform on the internet with over 18 million subscribers and tens of millions of monthly pageviews. As a moderator of this subreddit, I help establish community policy and guide scientific discourse. Our “Ask Me Anything” series has hosted hundreds of scientists, engineers, doctors, and experts to discuss their current work with a more general audience. I implemented a system to track and assess the performance of AMAs in order to better understand the reach of the program and to guide future decision making.


Google+ ‘Science GIFs’ Collection (2015-Current)

Science GIFs

I created and maintain the ‘Science GIFs’ collection on Google+. It is one of the largest and most active science-focused collections on the social network and has garnered over 240,000 followers. I make weekly posts explaining the phenomena depicted in short animated GIFs gathered from various sources across the internet. The success of this collection resulted in an invite to the Google+ Create program, which highlights quality content on the platform.


Functional Optical Imaging Laboratory (2014-Current)

foil.bme.utexas.edu

I helped develop and currently maintain the website for my academic research lab at the University of Texas at Austin. We wanted a platform that did not require editing raw HTML in order to update content such as member lists and publications. The website was built using Django and Bootstrap to be fully responsive across a variety of devices.


Biomedical Optics Graduate Organization (2012-2015)

I designed, developed, and maintained the website for the Biomedical Optics Graduate Organization (BOGO) at the University of Texas at Austin. The website was a combination of PHP and HTML and provided basic information about the student organization such as new, upcoming events, and academic resources. The website was discontinued alongside the university’s hosting services in 2015.


Treeskunk Productions (2006-2014)

treeskunk.com (Abandoned)
YouTube Channel

I designed, developed, and maintained the official website and forums for the Treeskunk Productions machinima community. I was responsible for storyline and script editing, puppeteering, title animations, post-production, and online distribution of videos across various social networks including YouTube, Vimeo, Facebook, and Twitter. We were formerly Machinima.com partners with over 3 million views and 2,000+ YouTube channel subscribers.


Freelance Web Development (2006 – 2011)

I created and deployed WordPress and VBulletin themes and static website designs for small businesses and video game groups. I also created custom graphics including logos, wallpapers, avatars, and signatures.


ForgeHub (2007)

forgehub.com

I created the original branding and logo for this website and helped advise the founders during its launch.


GamingTV (2006-2008)

gamingtv.us (Abandoned)

I was a founder, website developer, and editor for this video game website focused on aggregating and rating original machinima.


Cerberus Productions (2005-2006)

I was a founder and primary developer for this short-lived Halo 2 machinima production company. I wrote scripts for, puppeteered, recorded, and edited several short videos.


Digital Origins (2005-2006)

I was a developer, content producer, and affiliate for this short-lived video game fan website.


HaloTV (2005-2006)

halotv.net (Abandoned)
Video Archive

I was an administrator and graphic designer helping with the relaunch of this popular Halo fan website and forum. We hosted hundreds of Halo-related videos including montages, original machinima series (Red vs. Blue, The Codex, Fire Team Charlie, etc.), speedruns, and tournament broadcasts.


Halo Machinima (2005)

I was a graphic designer on this website dedicated to Halo machinima.