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Munich 24 Berlin - Goodwill Cycling

When my brother said he was going to ride 630km in 24 hours, I told him he was crazy. I also agreed to build a website to properly promote his insane undertaking. I only had a few days to build the site, but just in case he didn't survive, I tried to make sure he'd go out in style.

Red Café

A trendy restaurant / bar / café located in Melbourne's south eastern suburbs. Built from scratch, this site includes an admin system for easy menu updates, and a lunch pre-ordering system.

Amelia Saltsman / Food

Writer, cooking teacher, and author of the award-winning "The Santa Monica Farmers' Market Cookbook", this site is Amelia's resource to help everyday cooks make the connection between small-farmed foods and real-life meals.

Councilwoman Philippa Klessig

Philippa Klessig was running a campaign to be re-elected as Mayor of Westlake Village back in 2011. This site was built on a short timeline to help communicate, promote, and demonstrate Philippa's goals for the future of Westlake Village. She was successfully re-elected.

Mon petit blog français

A personal blog I built using Wordpress to both practice my French and expand my skills onto a popular framework.

Isabel Garreton

Conceived over 20 years ago to provide underprivileged women with a dignified work opportunity. Carefully crafted collections protect the skills at rist of disappearing and speak loudly of touch to a world that feels nostalgia for a time and place full of human contact.

Lost Angels Animal Welfare Society

Lost Angels Animal Welfare Society is a global network of caring people who are dedicated to the welfare of animals. I volunteered to build their website, both for practice and to help a wonderful cause.

Asaddo Ancienne

My very first website! They were pretty exciting times.... It's basically just an older version of the current site you're browsing. I had built it from scratch after teaching myself XHTML and CSS in a month back in 2009.