Since the early stages of the Internet revolution, I've created hundreds of Web sites for more than 150 clients, each with its own challenges and rewards. Featured projects have included an extensive e-commerce site for NARS Cosmetics, an online magazine for The New York Times, and an award-winning site for Altoids.
My career actually started in publishing. After working for a prominent publisher of women's magazines, I joined the team at Blender, the interactive entertainment magazine on CD-ROM, as the Marketing and Circulation Director. Blender has since been immortalized in the Smithsonian Institution for its impact on popular culture and its revolutionary approach to the magazine format.
Soon enough, I began freelancing for a Who's Who of new media firms and advertising agencies. For Red Sky Interactive, with whom I had an ongoing relationship, I directly oversaw a dozen developers and production designers as well as served on their executive committee for planning and management.
The freelance work continues to this day.