Projects


Tech Cheap

Tech Cheap is a company I recently started with my long-time friend, Wesley Armstrong. Our company recognizes the global shift to working/learning from home as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. In response, we have decided to create an electronic shop for discounted laptops and desktop computers as well as other miscellaneous electronic accessories. Tech Cheap is in currently its earliest stages of development, and we are extremely started to officially open for business!


Certifcation Tracker

In the Fall of 2020, I had the opportunity to work with three classmates to build a full-stack application for Onocee County Fire Rescue as a part of a service-learning project in our Data & Systems module. This application was built to serve OCFR by providing a means to keep track of their members and their associated certifications and personal information. Specific use cases are seen on the landing image pictured here. I'm planning to make this open-sourced so that other fire stations can take the opportunity to utilize its functionality.


Photography Portfolio

I created this portfolio website for photographer, Wesley Armstrong, to provide a centralized and organized location for viewing his photos. It's currently a static website, but I'm currently working on an administative use case for uploading/deleting photos. Additionally, I'm also planning to add scheduling and review capabilities.


Student/Course Registration

This application is more of an honorable mention because it was a class project that was not intended to be used outside of the classroom. I worked with another classmate to create an application for student enrollment and course regristration. This was my step into full-stack development and it helped me expand my capabilities beyond front-end development.


Our Lil' Bit of Heaven

I designed this website in the Spring of 2018 as a part of a service-learning project for a animal rescue sanctuary. This was my first development project ever, and it was really what kickstarted my interests in code.