My name is Chris. I build things and, occasionally, I talk about things.
I began my media career over 20 years ago as a co-founder of an interactive agency responsible for one of the world's first 500 web sites and building one of the first internet E-Commerce stores in 1996. Over that time, I've produced award-winning works for a passel of deeply diverse organizations ranging from Universal Pictures and Hasbro to Hewlett-Packard and Motorola to Ore-Ida and ConAgra to Disney and DiC Entertainment. I even have a watercolor painting hanging as part of a permanent exhibit in Yellowstone National Park's Norris Geyser Basin Museum.
I'm a strategic, creative, and technical media solution by myself, who speaks both HTTP and color fluently.
I grew up and went to college in Texas. After bartending my way across the country for a while, I ended up in Idaho. (Occasionally living in the mountain wilderness during my 12-year excursion through Cascadia) However, I've now spent over a decade in San Diego with my enchanting wife, teen boys, lots of wild lizards, a couple dogs, and a giant hawk with no name - but no cats.
Currently, you can find me wending my way through the metaverse, leaving interesting blockchain experiences burbling along in my wake.
You, like everyone, should follow me on Twitter.