Welcome! I am on a mission to support a free economy and society with sound economics by the means of the promotion and advocacy of software freedom and technology.
Prior to that I worked towards the promotion of free culture with the use of copyright licenses provided by Creative Commons. In 2008, I collaborated with Creative Commons to launch a project called Into Infinity. It was a massive art collaboration with an online web based mixer board for eight second audio loops and generative nesting graphics. This was while I was working freelance in Los Angeles to develop portfolio websites for several artists and companies.
I graduated from the Art Center College of Design in 2006 with a BFA in Graphic Design. My primary focus was on software and interactive design. During this time I envisioned an operating system user interface for the future that was designed to be as habit forming as playing a musical instrument. A graphical equivalent of the terminal or text editors such as Emacs or Vim. It was after I graduated that I attended a lecture by Richard M. Stallman and what I realized was that what I was envisioning was only possible with Free Software. I then jumped feet first into learning GNU/Linux operating systems and installing as many OS distributions as I could find.