I've been hacking interesting projects together as far back as I can remember. I started reading 2600 and Nuts and Volts as a kid, around 9 or 10, say 1988. Back then everyone was hosting their own BBS and serving whatever content you could get your hands on. We etched tons of curcuit boards, made tone boxes, custom amps and guitar peddles, built computers from scratch, traded code and did early penetration testing on our own sites and elsewhere and made all kinds of interesting and hacky stuff. My dad was and still is a huge HAM operator, so we always had a ton of stuff laying around for weekend pirate radio and other electronic fun. Maybe that dates me a bit, but I stay crafty and I'm always up for new and interesting projects. CONTACT ME. I'll be adding way more to this section in the near future and if you're interested in my work I'm up for live whiteboard performances or in-person demos.