If you’ve made your way around and landed here at my website, that more than likely means you’ve found me either from the work I do at the Pods Framework, where I’m the Support Lead and Community Manager, or you’ve met me at the local WordPress Meetups I help organize in St. Petersburg.
If you’re here inquiring about either of those:
- I do not take support calls or messages about Gravity Forms on my personal website as we have very well established support channels at Gravity Forms.
- I do not take support calls or messages about Pods on my personal website as Pods has very well established support channels at Pods Framework and you should just jump on their Pods Slack Chat and say ‘howdy’ in the #support channel, where the community will be happy to help you with your issues.
- We have a very good communication channel at Tampa Bay WordPress, either in the Meetup Group, the Facebook Group or our Slack Channel in #meetups. It’s best to message there so our whole team can help.
If you’re here looking for client work, I’m no longer doing that gig as my support work at Pods (& now Gravity Forms) is the best work I’ve ever done in my life and it’s more rewarding and meaningful than I could’ve possibly imagined when I started. I love being able to help new developers get started in WordPress and create things they never thought they could before. Plus, I don’t usually work more than 26-30 hours a week, so that’s a major perk.
When I’m not doing Gravity Forms & Pods, I’m talking tech and freelance and better business work/life balance at the Meetups or I’m dog & house sitting for my beautiful canine friends. You may see them occasionally cuddling up in pictures around here, too.
You might also find me walking early in the morning with my puppy, Uno, in my new adopted city of Lakeland, Florida. Gimme a jingle and I’d love to meet for coffee and a chat.