WeatherOps, at the time by Weather Decision Technologies and now powered by DTN, was moving to a new CMS, and I got to do the heavy lifting. From an inbound marketing chat system complete with qualifying bot to industry-sortable cards, this site had it all. Check out the original site post-launch, and see what’s new here.

RadarScope Homepage

Weather Decision Technologies needed a fresh look for RadarScope. This site included app walkthroughs per platform, a support chatbot, blog, store through Shopify, and so much more. It was a blast to create! Check out the original site post-launch, and see what’s new here.

Weather Radio, by Weather Decision Technologies (now powered by DTN) needed a quick refresh to go with its upcoming redesign! More of a launchpad website, this was a simple design meant to give visitors a brief overview of an app critical for severe weather alerting. Check out the original site post-launch, and see what’s new here.


Chris is storm chasing for the local NBC affiliate for Oklahoma City, but that doesn’t mean he and I have stopped chasing together! On the contrary, we’re back with a brand new website full of updates. Check out our site, and get in touch with us at! Go to the site >

Smokin Roxis

Meet Smokin’ Roxi’s Bling N’ Beads, custom jewelry designs by Colorado local Marcie Lemberg! She has been creating custom jewelry with semi-precious and precious stones for years, and wanted to go digital with her portfolio. This site was an absolute blast to design because the real stars of the show are her finished pieces. Each portfolio page is a stunning decoration that I merely had to with around with a simple design that incorporated colors and elements of her logo. Go to the site >


Purchasing Results was staring from the ground up with their branding. I designed their logo, business cards, social media presence, and lastly: their website. I always find myself gravitating towards WordPress because not only is it easy to design around, it’s much easier for a client to update their site later on. So I worked with Purchasing Results on how to update their site, and now they’re up and running 100 percent! Go to the site >

Rapid Rotation Storm Tours wanted a marketing campaign that would wow visitors from their first look into the tourism niche that is extreme storm chasing. I spearheaded the design and marketing campaigns from day one: from usability testing to competitor research. I also designed their logo, developed their marketing collateral and set their site up using Wordpress. was developed as a landing page for media and other interested parties to follow along on my chases. It went on hiatus in 2014 to give me the opportunity to focus on other ventures (and also due to the record low number of tornadoes). It has since combined with so I only have one blog to focus on, so check back on this site to keep track of my storm chasing chronicles! Having a “home website” for my chasing has assisted in the increase of my Twitter followers from under 100 to closer to 800.

Chris McBee wanted a site that would be easy to edit without the use of Dreamweaver templates but would maintain a classic look and feel. Using the basic WordPress Twenty-Eleven template, I was able to show him how to upload his own photos to the site and update his blog for each chase. I also designed a logo that symbolized not only the weather but also the western flair that is uniquely Oklahoma. He has since dropped the name CentralOkStorms upon moving to Colorado, and now operates Rapid Rotation Storm Chasers, the non-touristy side of Rapid Rotation Storm Tours.

The Community Health Improvement Clerkship website was a resource for students in the clerkship to research project ideas. They were able to directly access web courses through a portal, view past student projects and find current volunteer postings. I redesigned the site in mid 2005 and continued to maintain it until the end of my contract in June 2006.