I love teaching. I love explaining how the web works, how to best implement this technology, how to understand where we are and where we are going. I get passionate about this medium, and enjoy sharing that passion with as many people as possible.
I've presented over 60 times at tech conferences, including SXSW, An Event Apart, Fluent, Ampersand and Respond. My talk, Modern Layouts: Getting Out of Our Ruts, was awarded Best Conference Presentation at CSS Dev Conf 2014.
Teaching has always been a big part of my art practice. In 1995, I taught weekend SVHS-videomaking and media art classes for teenagers. From 2001–2002, I was an instructor at SAY Sí, an award-winning, intensive media arts program for high school students. Their work was featured at Sundance and invited to the White House. From 2003–2006, I taught 16mm filmmaking, videoblogging and web design as an Adjunct Professor at Temple University. I created the first college course on video and the internet, and was featured in Chronicle of Higher Education.
These days I teach across the world, traveling to conferences, presenting at companies, creating screencasts and blog posts, and by producing The Web Ahead.
Interested in having me present a talk or teach a workshop? Get in touch.