Designing and delivering a website that genuinely reflects the nature and voice of the owner is a challenge! From color and layout to performance and mobility, it's vital to work with a designer who is committed to creating an online presence that matches your brand.
Left to my own devices, I gravitate toward simple, minimalist designs that are focused on a content placement, a carefully chosen palette of complementary colors, and a smooth, lightly animated visitor experience.
A designer knows he has achieved perfection not when there is nothing left to add, but when there is nothing left to take away. - Antoine de Saint-Exupéry
When I started blogging back in 2011, the photos I took to accompany my writings where almost a necessary evil. Hastily shot with a Canon point and shoot, it was a frustrating pursuit to get consistent results in the highly varying light conditions of my outdoor pursuits. It was not until 2015 and the purchase of a entry level Nikon 3100 DSLR that composing the photos themselves began to take on the greater part of my blogging interest. The tables have fully turned and I now find it a challenge to accompany photos with many words at all.
If you were to go looking, there are only a handful of places that you'd likely find me. Possibly behind the house working in the garden, tackling on a project in front the computer, fishing or hiking around Allatoona, or on those rare-ish occasions that I get really away, paddling Okefenokee. This year, I have taken on an obsessive interest in growing food, urban agriculture, and in the possibilities of aquaponics.
My wife Jeannie and our three kids make our home in Cartersville, Georgia.