…is ok I get asked, just in case you’re wondering, it should become obvious soon.
But first things first, Thanks for stopping by and checking me out. Take a look around, if you think we’re a fit or if you have any questions feel free to call me (203) 772-9938. Now that that is out of the way let’s get into it. Here’s a brief of my background. I came up working factories in Connecticut as a machine operator. I also did home remodeling with my uncle and was an HVAC tech for a commercial real estate company. I started my first venture in construction soon after. It was a lot of fun for a few years. Now publishing, graphic design was very exciting for me. Even though it might seem like a big transition from construction, it was easy and effortless for me. Back then the inter webs was in it’s infancy and printing was still in, well in the beginning of the end of it’s popularity. There’s nothing like holding in your hands the print copy. I was swept into the computing wave developing personal computers, trouble shooting and doing repairs. I move to NYC and set up a shop, which after a while made me feel like a used TV repair man from the 80’s. Lucky for me I started feeling more entrepreneur-ish with software. I moved back to Connecticut and been freelancing all my skills ever since.
On a personal note, I’m very much into music, the arts, and what I call skill building. I started playing guitar early in my youth. By playing with bands and my band I developed some skills in other instruments. Which ultimately led me to music production, I also set up a recording studio in NYC. On the arts, shoots and film are fun but my favorite is painting. You can view my art works, art bio, publications I been featured in by clicking on the link button below. I developed most of my skills by people who share their knowledge. In that spirit I developed Rack up Skills.com sharing skill building resources. Hope this brings some clarity to the plus.