• Developing archetypes for web delivery by keyword analysis, and the natural use of recurring terms.
  • Teaching applications of human language within the structure of Internet communications technology.
  • Sequences of self distinguished by the ambiguity of human language in order to defy prohibited use.


Website design, archetype development, and content management strategies that naturally empower you and your products, and network architecture for ongoing development of you and your brand across all machine based platforms and social networks. Complete compliance with web standards and practices capable of reaching obscure markets in difficult environments based upon universal high-speed applications of interactive multimedia information dissemination.


Reaching the global marketplace with original material and meaningful content to illustrate how different subjects, normally foreign to each other, function when forced to face one another in the same space. The Trusteeship, by creative use of content is presenting multiple subjects within each of it's domains by subtle use of means normally found in different locations, such as corporate colors and logos capable of international appeal. Please see: Promat Inc, The Trusteeship IMID, People Teaching Spiritual Survival Skills, or IMID Ltd for examples of my work.


Developing, maintaining, and marketing web sites for corporations and individuals by creating archetypes, generating rhetorical content, and applying graphic design skills, multimedia presentations and interactive designs to deliver missions with Javascript, HTML, XHTML, XML, CSS, and PHP while hosting websites on UNIX operating systems, developing mail servers, SEO and W3C standards to help the sites reach their target markets.

Media Development Group:

Established five member non-profit publications firm in Berkeley, California (1994 - 1998) to meet the publishing needs of a group of 5 not-for-profit organizations. Organized the publication of works written, designed, and edited by the organization's members themselves. Developed and published newsletters, brochures, training manuals, conference literature and web sites for the NGO's.


Grant writing for a cooperative of developers and clients. Provided training for multimedia production and Board Leadership. Improved the efficiency of developing publications, increased the speed of content delivery, and decreased cost of content development. Improved the ability of our organizations to present diverse content. Began with 5 organizations, ended with 13.


Physiology major: University of Minnesota BA – 1991, Multimedia Studies Program SFSU 1994 – 1998, and The Center for NonProfit Management 1996 – 1998

Additional Skills:

  • Directed, managed and operated within Non Profit organizations as a board member, chairman, grant writer, and coordinator of programs.
  • Familiar with parliamentary procedure, Robert's Rules, budgeting, planning, organizing and implementing the goals of an organization as developed by consensus.
  • Successfully secured yearly grant money for projects, operated within budget to accomplish the missions of various organizations, provided educational opportunities, and met the requirements of foundations and the community.
  • Reported directly to agencies responsible for providing grant money, and held monthly meetings for numerous organizations with Foundation representatives in attendance.
  • Experienced public speaker, educator, and facilitator of problem solving. Guest speaker at College of Marin (Kentfield California), on the topic of formal problem solving.
  • Taught and used the problem solving model within organizational settings to resolve conflicts, identify goals, evaluate options, and develop sound action plans.
  • Awarded by California based NonProfit organization for community based activity.