Hi there this is what i do I like big puppies zombies jeep i play with a camera honestly
i love my job because its also my craft

i draw stuff like this a lot

This guy was my bestest friend.

the late Camden Kane, King of the Dane

i watch a lot of movies about zombies

so i  drive one of these

my jeep - Betty

i photograph furry animals

some people say that I’m a bit of an odd bird

Hi. My name is Greg

I’m an Information Architect, UX designer, and UI developer.

Born to a seamstress and an engineer, it is safe to say that style and precision are both hardwired into my DNA. For more than 15 years, I have been building interactive properties across a wide range of industries. With an eye for detail and a passion for perfection, I have delivered work for companies like American Eagle, Cooper Tire, PNC Financial, Proctor & Gamble, ADP, Westinghouse, Terex, K&L Gates, Rite Aid, the Warhol, USA Today, and the Pennsylvania Lottery.

I’m easy to find

Software programming has proven to be a solid foundation for my career, but I am committed to seeing my skills and expertise evolve all the time. After 15 years, I am still passionate about the industry so I try to stay on top of emerging trends in technology because I enjoy it and my clients benefit. I am familiar with best practices in design and am adept at merging the work of the designers with the most current software available.

Now I lead a team of developers and designers at flyingcorkmedia.com and I spend my days crafting user experiences that fit together with solid content strategy.

Most days at work, I’m doing this
  • Information Architecture
  • User Experience
  • Web Development


sometimes i do weird stuff

i build stuff for the internets

True Value Mobile

I’m only good at two things: writing code and drinking beer.
So far, no one wants to pay me to drink beer.

Need to get at me?

I’m not hard to find

But  if you insist… send me a message. maybe i’ll respond.

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