These are some of the web sites that I have worked on at various
jobs or freelance. Sites that are no longer up have had their
links removed but the references
remain. For a sample of some of the non-web projects I've worked
on, see my Projects section.
Thomas Scientific is the 3rd largest scientific supply company
in the world. This was an elaborate Enterprise Java project which
included e-commerce, backend mainframe communication, image
processing, a custom WYSIWYG catalog
and importing over 2000 pages of legacy catalog data.
Wilmad-LabGlass manufacturers and sells
glassware for use in scientific research.
Philadelphia Rapid Transit
Another site developed with Java Servlets/JSP. Contrary to the
company's name, they actually sell hats.
An e-commerce site developed in ColdFusion and features integrated
Save The Sameric Theatre
The Sameric is Philadelphia's last movie palace and has been closed
since Spring of 2002. I volunteered to create the website for
a local group trying to save and restore this Philly landmark.
After a trip to Cape May, NJ, I became fascinated with the wreck
of an experimental WWI ship built from concrete. I found a good
deal of information and photos about this ship and its fleet
on the web, so I decided to gather it all into one place.
My own personal humor site and the home of the award-winning Shrine
to Don Knotts - more fun than a sinking boat full of TV executive producers!
This site was developed using the open-source Python Zope server.
Blair Witch Webfest
The webfest was a three day long online webcast to promote the
Blair Witch sequel. The site featured video, chat, auctions, contests,
games and even file-sharing. The webfest UI was fairly unique
too. It allowed users to pick between one, two or three panes
on content and to pick which content was in each pane. A user
could watch video, chat and play trivia at the same time.
This was a collaborative project with Centre of the Web.
I developed a Java/JSP backend that generated HTML and some rather
ARIS Corporation of America
I worked co-op for a year for ARIS Corporation after my co-op at Raytheon ended.
Besides being a promotional tool, the site also featured interactive forms
so our financial consultants could apply for various investment accounts for
their clients directly online.
BFL is one of the many sites I worked on for E-Commerce
Solutions. My work included the product search engine and a Python-based
template system for publishing sites from a database-driven catalog.
Probably the most popular site created by E-Commerce Solutions using my Python
My first job in New York City was for an internet startup that tried to sell
web animations online.
Raytheon Systems Company /
For a year and a half, I worked co-op for a division of Raytheon
called HRB Systems. In that time, I developed much of their intranet
as well as their public site. After significant corporate restructuring
at Raytheon, HRB was combined with others divisions and our public
website taken down.
TMSI was another division of Raytheon located in the same
complex as HRB, so I was able to develop their website as well.
Pennsylvania Festival of the Arts 1999
I developed this non-profit site for the CPFA which holds an
arts and crafts festival in State College, PA.
4th of July Fireworks,
State College, PA 1999
Another non-profit community site for one of the largest
fireworks displays in North America.
Night™ State College 1998
A family-oriented New Years celebration.
State Student Activity Server
For a year, I administered the web server that housed the
websites of most of the university's student organizations.
Mineral Springs Bottled Water
The first commercial website back in 1997 was for Mineral Springs,
a bottles water company that offerred custom labels for companies,