Me.

I'm a web developer with experience building web sites, web applications and such. My skills include but are not limited to JavaScript, jQuery, YUI, MooTools, Dojo, PHP, MySQL, ColdFusion, SQL Server, graphic design, web standards, hand-coded html, xhtml, html5.

I draw and swim. I used to love collecting records and exploring the cave of the unknown.

I live in San Diego, California, United States of America.

You might know me from Los Angeles, San Diego, Moorpark, Simi Valley, or Roanoke. (Or, more rarely, Alhambra, Koreatown, Manila, New Orleans, Charlottesville).

You might also know me through the Crawford or Silva families. I am blessed to have met (2002) and married (2004) an astounding partner, Leah Roberts Peterson (and rarely Crawford). I'm stepdad to 4 similarly astounding kids currently scattered across the US. My parents? I love my Dad and miss my Mom.

Projects.

Latest photos.

  • Walkies. Now playing: Eliza Doolittle (the Brit pop star not My Fair Lady)
  • I try to donate when they come to my building but it's too soon since Comic Con. Mid September: B+.
  • Dewy golf course in the morning. Serene. Less mystified by popularity of that pastime.
  • Changing the ink cartridge on the moving bus was probably foolhardy. But I live on the edge Dottie.
  • Non sequential selfie.
  • Thus morning's busride sketch. Thus. This.
  • Above and across the street from Rancho Bernardo Courtyard
  • Please kind sir, nobody EVER plays with me, won't you please cease this scrum and play?
  • I married the right woman.
  • Hardware store, grasshopper.
  • Tomatillos and eggplant
  • Ceiling at Starbucks
  • Back to school photo of my bots.
  • Weather station.
  • Whispering words of Wisdom, let it be. And for goodness sake let the vein on my temple chill out!
  • Hmmm. Enterance?
  • Finally.
  • Friday coffee wait selfie. Glad to have Leah back-from-her-trip face.
  • Figs, olives, pickles, lend me your ears.
  • Terrible deal. (Unrelated: Was given lovely dinner and I installed some memory tonight, thus: La Mesa).