Kris is a seasoned developer with a breadth of experience working on large-scale projects internally and client-side for over 15 years. Kris originally began in the field as a designer but transitioned to development in 2006, and since then has gained a great depth of knowledge and the opportunity to refine and adapt processes and techniques.
Kris has always been interested in art - art class was always something he looked forward to, so discovering graphic Design in college was a natural fit. While web development isn't the same kind of creative outlet as Design, there is a certain satisfaction in producing visual elements via code.
You can find Kris cycling, reading, cooking with family and friends, and brewery hopping when not tinkering with web design. Among his artistic talents, he still enjoys pottery and making stained glass!
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