Washington, DC Metro area
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@ home architects
Constructed web site according to the specifications and design by licensed architect Robert Lach.
|In charge of all updates to active HTML web site (using php) for internationally-touring and award-winning world music act.|
House of Musical Traditions
|Created new design and structure for outdated web site. New design was released in July, 2003. Single-handedly rebuilt and reorganized existing pages. Currently responsible for all maintenance and updates including new content development, photography, graphics, writing and editing.|
|The Pyrates Royale
1996 - present
|Designed, built, and launched web site to promote Maryland-based folk music band. Created most of the graphics and wrote the majority of the copy. Responsible for all maintenance and updates, which include original writing, band news and photos.|
|Darcy Nair Music
1999 - present
|Created original design, content and graphics. Responsible for all content, maintenance and updates.|
|Bob Silberstein Music
|Created web site and graphics using written content, cover art and photographs provided by the client. Converted and edited sound files from client's CD to make mp3 samples. Site launched in July, 2004.|
|The Suspicious Cheese Lords
|Designed and built web site incorporating graphics and written content provided by the client, a Washington, DC-based choral group. Site launched in late 2002.|
June 2001 - June 2003
|Polished and launched original site built by web design student. Created page for Ship's Company Chanteymen. Did all updates and maintenance, and later oversaw updates as those tasks were delegated among volunteers.|
February 2001 - September 2002
|Created original design (no longer online) and launched site for the National Maritime Heritage Foundation, a Washington, DC-based nonprofit group seeking to build a tallship in the area. Did all updates, contributed several articles and content ideas. |
November 1995 - February 2001
company's eight original web sites (listed at left). Updated all web sites
with weekly photos and stories. Trained and supervised employees who
also updated web sites.
Designed and produced online features including:
Redesigned federaltimes.com two separate times. Contributed to the redesign and relaunch of militarycity.com: redesigned the Military Bases Guide, the download file library, the databases page and the newroom.
Researched and wrote articles on the conflict in Kosovo, the 1999 Army-Navy Game, the 1999 GovTech Conference & Expo and the 1999 Marine Corps Marathon.
Made daily updates to Military City Online on America Online (Keyword MCO). Produced special features in AOL area including: MCO Community Library, the Marine Corps Marathon, Independence Day, Flag Day, Memorial Day and a virtual tour of the military memorials in Washington, D.C.
Maintained spacenews.com and defensenews.com with daily and weekly updates, late-breaking news and special features. Created original graphics and edited photos and graphics for online use. Produced original written content for "Web Site of the Day."
May - October 1995
|Designed and launched SMASH! (now offline), a web-based fan magazine covering science fiction, comic books, games and related web sites. Contributed ideas for stories and graphics. Scanned and edited images using Adobe Photoshop. Wrote feature articles, interviewed industry insiders, edited articles from contributing writers and researched and reviewed other web sites. Updated regular features such as the events calendar on a biweekly basis. Promoted web page by writing and sending press releases to local and national print publications. Worked on special marketing projects.|
Software: HomeSite 4.0, Quark Express, Microsoft FrontPage, Net
Objects Fusion, Adobe Photoshop 7.0, Adobe Illustrator, Microsoft GIF
Animator, Polaroid Sprint Scan, Paint Shop Pro, WS_FTP, AOL ARTPress, AOL
Editor, CD Publications: August 1994 - May 1995
Staff Writer, Times Community Newspapers: February 1993 - May
Staff Writer, DCI Publishing: January 1991 - February 1993
Writer/Editor, The Information Prospector: December 1989 -
Technical Writer/Editor, Vitro Corporation: April - December
Bachelor of Arts Degree: Goucher College, 1988
Intern: The National Journalism Center, January - February 1991