let’s start at the beginning and we can move on from there.
In 2001, I was working for an engineering firm and I noticed the company website wasn’t being maintained. I had a little experience in Photoshop, but no real experience in HTML. After expressing some interest in updating the site, the owner of the company purchased all of the software I needed to make it happen. I quickly learned through trial and error how to build and maintain the website and ended up finding a new passion. I also found a way to add additional value as an employee.
Over the next 10 years, each company I worked for had various needs for web design and marketing materials. I was also approached by friends and family who owned businesses to help expand their online marketing. Each website presented more opportunities to learn and grow my own business. I was able to learn what a business needed to be successful and how the proper marketing tools can accelerate growth.