The most robust portfolio I maintain is my GitHub page; this page serves as more of a guided tour than anything else.

The single largest project I have as a public repository is Neural Audio. For an explanation, refer to this blog post or read through the award-winning digital poster. Of course, you can also dive into the code. Neural Audio was done as work for an REU at Louisiana State University’s Center for Computation and Technology.

I spent a spring break writing some neural network code from scratch in Swift, to practice with both the language and Xcode Playgrounds.

Following that, I also have a collection of projects from various classes I’ve taken. They cover a variety of things: quite a lot of small iOS apps;1 a bit of Windows development in C#; some Ruby on Rails; a dash of PHP; and, of course, some good old-fashioned HTML and CSS.

I also do the occasional bit of visual design, both audio and video editing.2

If you have any other questions, feel free to contact me directly – it’s just my first name at twoeighty.net.

  1. I am currently working on an iOS app slated for release on the App Store, and have opted to keep the code in a private repository. If you’re interested in seeing the code and design documents, please contact me directly. 
  2. Unfortunately, all the A/V work I do is under severe copyright restrictions, and I’m not able to share anything here. Examples may be available upon request, however.