Curiosity has driven me to constantly pursue knowledge. Here are some things I've learned, and some resources to get you started if they make you curious too:
My professional experience has taken me to Kansas, Colorado, and California in pursuit of solving big problems with great technology. I bring value in the form of technical knowledge, strategic vision, and customer empathy, and seek to learn from every team I join.
Being a curious person means having many interests. I spend a lot of time at a computer, working on web development and programming projects, and helping my brother with iOS development projects. When I'm not working in front of a screen I am either in a wood/metal shop or outside exploring.
On a trip to Oregon, my dad and I bought a cheap trick kite from a vendor near the beach. After my first flight I was hooked. I've spent the last three years building a collection of kites and introducing friends to the fun. I even built self-leveling GoPro mounts to get video above the Rocky Mountains!
I recently picked up an interest in photography, and I'm putting it to good use shooting the stars. The rocky mountains provide amazing landscapes, far from light pollution, so late nights are often spent outdoors with a heavy coat and heavier tripod.
Growing up in rural Kansas, getting outside was not optional. Weekends fishing in our pond, riding four-wheelers, and exploring (or crossing) the bounds of our property grew into a love of all things outdoor. I'm officially a Junior Ranger of Grand Canyon and Rocky Mountain National Parks, and love any chance I get to volunteer with park cleanup efforts.