Back in the late 90's, just out of highschool, I took a Global Networking class at a local community college. I was no stranger to technology at that time,
but I had no idea what "Global Networking" even was. The first week was all about how computers talk to each other, but by
the second week, the professor had asked the class to take a vote to see if everyone would rather learn HTML, which was still a buzz word at the time. He simply said,
because the internet boom is happening right now, you can go get a tech job today if you learn HTML.
So, I did. I quit the class, read a fourth of an HTML book, slapped a resume together and started a technology career that would lead to so many different opportunities in
programming, design, illustration, print, video, music and so much more. The 10 years that followed, I was lucky enough to work for some great companies like SmartHome,
NADA Guides, Word & Brown and many more, each bringing new opportunities to learn new skills.
It's hard to put into words, but at some point technology started to take a back seat for me as I redisovered my love for storytelling. After finishing a few creative projects,
which you can learn more about here, I knew my future was headed in the direction of storytelling.
Today, I have designed and developed StoryWick.com, a web site that provides storytellers with the tools they
need to tell great stories. Currently available, Fable Forge is its first product which helps writers and storytellers of all levels to structure their stories
in ways that are universally accepted and recognized by general audiences using the classic 3-act story structure.
Storytelling is my passion. My current focus is doing interviews with talented individuals in the entertainment industry and sharing their lives and talents with you as an upcoming web show
titled "The Storytellers".
Stay tuned. I'm just getting warmed up.