Redesign SoonSeptember 13th, 2016 - 09:08pm
Now that I'm in the swing of the sales position, I can focus more attention to my Portfolio. I plan on creating a new layout to exercise a lot of the skills I apprehended while at Subaru. Hopefully within the next week or so I will have something to show for it. So hang tight and check back soon.

Hoping for something a bit more mature, refined.

New Future - Part IIJuly 31st, 2016 - 07:46pm
I am very thankful of Exeter Subaru and all the opportunities they provided me. Between social media conferences, SEO/SEM advice, developing a brand/image, I've learned so much on my way. Unfortunately I reached my ceiling with Subaru and now have moved on to other things.

I'm taking my talents to South Beach the other side of car sales. Instead of being in the back offices and behind the scenes, I'm a Sales Professional at Seacoast Mazda. I wanted to see how well I can utilize my knowledge of the car industry, the vehicles themselves, and my people skills to really help educate some people. The hours are a bit long, but it's very satisfying helping people find the right vehicle for them.

With that said, I'm back in the freelance market too. I plan on finding odd jobs to do here and there to retain my love for art and design and hopefully help more people transform their dreams by getting their name/business in front of people.

Ready to get back into the swing, let's do this!

New FutureApril 04th, 2013 - 09:20am
So, something happened. I haven't posted since last fall because I got my act together (with the help of a special lady) and started job searching. Ultimately I ended up at Exeter Subaru in Stratham, NH. I got a job as the Internet Manager. Basically I help out with phone calls on certain days, but most other days I am in charge on updating and adding content throughout the Exeter Subaru website.

It feels good to be supported by a high quality product like Subaru and I'm happy to be a part of the team. The job is very limited in potential due to limitations (no flash, java, stylesheets, etc). So it's a learning process, but I'm happy to just be getting experience in the field I want to be in.

As for the site update. I've decided to leave it as it is. If it's not broke, don't fix it. I plan on redoing the navigation so it's more prominent, but other than that I like it how it is so there's no point in changing it.

Sometimes, you just do whatever's comfortable.

Small UpdatesOctober 24th, 2012 - 03:21pm
Just little updates here and there to clean things up and make sure the site is refined enough. I hope to upload the new layout soon but it has a lot of refinement to do itself.

Curiosity killed the cat, sit tight.