About Me

Hi there!

I am a web designer/developer located in the West Island of Montreal. I am bilingual and work in both French and English. In fact, I am a big proponent of bilingual websites! Who wouldn’t want more people to have access to their content!

You probably need to know a little more about me before even considering me for your next project. Well, I’m that guy; yeah, that guy; the one that gets really excited that he gets it to look just so on the screen, or in print; the one that marvels at the latest advances in CSS and HTML development; the one that gets the call when any computer-related problems occur –for the record, “I can’t find that book on Amazon” is not a computer problem; that could talk your ear off about the difficulty in getting that div to shift just so and look exactly the same cross-browser. I am also that guy that can be seen, on occasion, grinning to himself about his latest logo design.*

I am available to work with you

I would love to collaborate with you on your next design project. I would like nothing better than to be your in-house design expert.

I am comfortable working with most technologies, and understand that you may not be. That’s why I always include a few hours of training in my proposals; to make sure that you can effectively use your new website and that you understand that its up to you to update it, and keep it current.

Four things you need to know prior to working with me

  1. I will always give you a fair quote, with plenty of details, and room for discussion.
  2. As long as you deliver the content on time, I will deliver the site on time.
  3. I have a thing for non-profit organizations. Make sure to let me know if you are an NPO.
  4. I prefer to work locally. I do have a couple of clients that are overseas, but I find it easier if I can see the business for which I am designing.

We met Lee Won Seung, a Korean movie star, at his restaurant in Seoul. (Summer 2014)

*When you see designers doing that, they aren’t really full of themselves, or pompous asses, usually. It’s just that at that moment they’ve managed to wrestle the monkey off their back and damn, it feels good!