Mike joined Mad*Pow in 2007, but has been immersed in digital technologies ever since Santa left a Commodore under the Christmas tree back in 1986.
Leading the Creative Technology group, Mike has an innate knack for understanding the intricacies of the design-to-=development handoff process. The CT team’s project involvement ranges from visionary proofs of concept, to complete turn-key implementations. Mike gets passionate about long-term web projects that never truly end. It’s extremely important to continually implement performance improvements by utilizing statistical data and multivariate testing, proving and enhancing value for our clients.
Mike joined us after spending nearly a decade in the satellite networking industry, and holds a BS in Technical Management from Southern New Hampshire University. When he’s not solving technical challenges, you can find him either out on the water fishing, up in the mountain hiking and snowboarding, or working on his award winning 1972 Chevrolet Chevelle muscle car. You know, the kind you can feel the engine humming before you see it drive by.
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