Whether you are looking for a large, complicated ecommerce solution, a medium sized blog to talk about your Pokemon shaped cupcakes, or just a small website to let people know that you’re open and ready for business, I can help you with that.

I know that there is no ‘one size fits all’ solution to your online needs, which is why I will talk to you, via Zoom, in person, or old-timey telephone communications, to help you figure out what you need. That said, I’m not so smug to think you might not already know what you want, so if you have a plan in place, I will happily work with you to set that plan in motion and get you online.

Some of the technologies I use for building websites and web applications are:

Don’t worry if you don’t understand what all those things are. Just think of them as ingredients to the delicious web souffl√© we’ll be making! Not all websites or apps will need all those ingredients. I will not over build a site you do not need just to make more money for myself.

Along with coding your website or app, I will also get a domain name for you (or use one you already own) and deploy your site or app to the web. You can then take control of the site yourself, or you can choose to allow me to maintain it.



Having worked in television news for nearly two decades, I have edited a lot of videos. From short intro pieces to thirty-minute-long form stories. As such, I am offering video editing services as well.

Like with web development, there is no ‘one size fits all’ solution when it comes to video editing, so contact me if you’re interested and we can discuss what you need and what I can do to help you.

You can check out my personal YouTube channel to see some of the news stories I have done over the years.



Soon, I plan on adding SEO and Digital Marketing, Photography Services, and Web Hosting to the list of services I offer.


For website/app deployment, I use a third-party service. The service used depends on the complexity of the project, and as such, the cost of deployment depends on the complexity of the project. If you choose to take control of your project once it’s built, you will be billed for the hosting services by the web host, and not me. If you choose to allow Image One to maintain your site, all billing will come through Image One. Of course, if you want to handle deployment yourself, that is fine as well. The pros and cons of each deployment choice will be discussed with you prior to any contract being signed, as will, to the best of my ability, all fees will be disclosed.