Previously, I was an experimental nuclear physicist at The Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility and The George Washington University.
2015 - Current
Lead iOS Developer
The Washington Post
I am leading the iOS Research and Development team. I am also working collaboratively with the rest of the iOS team in maintaining existing applications and libraries.
2013 - Current
I teach multiple courses on mobile development. I also speak on panels as a resident expert.
I've taught: - Introduction to Mobile Design for American University (Quarterly) - Mobile Development for Non-Programmers (Monthly) - iOS Mobile App Design (Monthly) - iOS Mobile App Development (Monthly) - Swift Mobile Development (12-week part-time course)
2012 - Current
Side-Projects • Narwhal for Reddit • ISKm3 for EVE Online • PhotoJacker for Facebook
Clients • Dupont Studios • Monaeo • SCOUT Military Discounts • Social Towers • Spend Consciously • Swaag
Note Not listed here are approximately two dozen 'stealth-mode' startups for which I've consulted and/or created proof-of-concept test apps.
2013 - 2015
Lead Mobile Architect
I led mobile development, mobile design, and mobile project management of closed source libraries, internal apps, enterprise apps, and App Store apps. I also managed a team of individuals and agencies to build out multiple products on the ID.me platform. On occasion, I traveled and met with clients, partners, and investors, which assisted in growing the company to over a 1-million users.
2012 - 2013
Senior iOS Developer
I created iOS video playback and caching technologies. I also worked on creating and maintaining various iOS video apps. Shelby.tv was acquired by Samsung in 2014.
2011 - 2012
Senior iOS Developer
I developed, maintained, and consulted on many applications for startups and fortune 500 companies.
2008 - 2011 I was accepted into the Ph.D. program on a full-ride scholarship. After three years, I received my master's degree. Shortly thereafter, I left the program to pursue a career in software engineering.
The George Washington University
Biological Physics, B.S.
2004 - 2008 I was the Vice President of the Society of Physics Students and Lead Physics Tutor.