I am a Software Developer and Cybersecurity Apprentice in Tampa Bay working on and continually learning more about building applications and securing them in the process. I have been writing software since 2014, when I started teaching myself. I previously worked as an Application Developer at Symphonic Distribution before I left to expand my skills by pursuing an intensive cybersecurity education. I am now seeking opportunities to contribute to a company’s growth while expanding my development, security, and operations skills beyond my current knowledge.


Independent Contractor

Software Developer — June 2017 - Present

Evolve Security Academy

Security Apprentice — January 2018 - May 2018

Symphonic Distribution

Application Developer — July 2015 - June 2017

Technical Experience

Topple TrackiOS & Web App

Topple Track is a brand of Symphonic Distribution that aims to protect artist’s music from file sharing websites.

Swift, Objective-C, Python, Ruby/Rails, SQL

NoisepornIOS, tvOS, Roku, Chromecast, & Web App

Noiseporn is an industry-leading music blog providing music fans with the latest news, interviews, music, videos, and more.

Objective-C, Swift, Brightscript, Elixir/Phoenix, Javascript, Docker, AWS

GitHawkiOS App

GitHawk is an open-source GitHub project manager app for iOS.

Swift, GraphQL


Evolve Security Academy

Cybersecurity — 2018

Evolve Security Academy is a Cybersecurity Bootcamp in Chicago that provides immersive training, giving students the concrete and practical skills they will actually need on the job. Students gain real work experience through the live security assessment work they perform on not-for-profit companies.

Areas of focus included Networking, Application Stack, Threat Landscape, Security Programs, Social Engineering, System Architecture, System Hardening, Cryptography, Offensive Security, Incident Response, Forensics, etc.

The Iron Yard

Mobile Engineering — 2015

The Iron Yard is an immersive code school where I learned Objective-C, Swift, Bash, Xcode, Git, Linux Fundamentals, and many other technical skills. Throughout the program, my classmates and I attended lectures from 9 am to 12 pm, then completed a project by the following morning. During the final month of the program, we worked on a project of our choosing. I created Bagel Runner, an endless runner game which I presented at The Iron Yard’s Demo Day.


CompTIA Security+ SY0-501 — May 2018

Evolve Security Certified Professional (ESCP) — April 2018


Swift, Objective-C, Python, Ruby, Bash, Elixir, Brightscript, Javascript, SQL, Docker, Terraform (Infastructure as code), Xcode, Git, CSS, HTML, AWS, Linux, Windows, Virtualization (VirtualBox, VMWare), Virtual Private Networks (VPN), Intrusion Detection Systems (IDS) (Snort), SIEMs (Splunk), Web Application Security (Burp Suite, Metasploit, OWASP), Packet Inspection (Wireshark, TCPDump), Security Policies (ISO 27001:27002, NIST), Vulnerability Scanning/Assessments (Nessus, OpenVAS, Nmap), Firewalls (IPTables)