This site was created for Seattle optometrist Dr. Kathleen Kinney, 
as an informative service to her current clients, and a marketing tool 
to widen her client base.






I manage the official Web site for singer/songwriter Juliana Hatfield
and created and managed a message board and blog for the site.




I created and managed the official Web site and message board for Some Girls,
a band made up of Juliana Hatfield, Freda Love, and Heidi Gluck.


I was solely responsible for the planning, building and maintenance of the Creative Networks corporate Web site. This large site (1,200 pages) underwent a complete redesign during my tenure and averaged 36,000 hits per month.

I also created an intranet for Creative Networks.




The Blake Babies formed in Boston in 1986 and were pivotal in helping to define
alternative music. After disbanding in 1992, frontwoman Juliana Hatfield went on
to commercial and critical success, while bandmates John Strohm and Freda Love received critical acclaim with their musical projects. After seven years apart, the three reunited in late 1999 to record a new album which, when released in 2001,  
was praised by critics.

I came aboard in early 2000 to create
an official site that would promote the band
and its history and keep fans up-to-date on news and national tour dates. The 200-page site was an unmitigated success, receiving attention from Rolling Stone, Spin, and VH-1, among many others.



The Women’s Resource and Action Center
at the University of Iowa hired me in 1999
to create a Web page advertising their
Women Watching Movies series.



This site was created as a marketing 
tool for popular Bellingham-based band 
Soul Salad.



The following are examples of three personal sites I was asked to create.
Subject matter ranges from a road trip diary to an online resume.




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