This is me

Things I love.
Stuff I do.

Orlando Based Designer

I love all things art and music.  I am currently a web developer at FliteHaus Creative Agency in Orlando, FL. I love Sci/Tech and all kinds of gadgets/devices. Movies, TV, books, video games; you name it...

The art of storytelling is also something I am passionate about.  I love to sing.  I dabble in guitar.  Also, I prefer to go by T.J. [which of course stands for Terrance Jerome].


All Things Responsive

With all different displays & devices that content can be viewed on, it is important for users to easily and intuitively navigate your your site.

I make sure that the info and the aesthetics are structured so that users are given great experiences; no matter what phone, tablet, TV, or computing device they use.



CMS & Structure

Content Management Systems enable you to build and maintain sites and web apps that scale well. The flexibility and versatility of Drupal make it a powerful development tool.


Robust Development


Unparalleled Scalability


Clean, Modular Code

Writing clean, semantic code is paramount. From the HTML build & the CSS layout, to the interactivity added by employing Javascript and PHP, I build sites using these languages.

What I do

2D & Graphic Design

From posters, illustrations and print collateral, to digital imagery and photo editing, I'll provide designs to suit your needs.

Web Design & Dev

From overall look & feel, to every interaction; I will design and build functionality for your project. 

Video & VFX

I'll edit videos into compelling stories and add post-production to push your narratives further.

3D Design & Motion Graphics

I can develop models, textures and animations. As well as motion assets to share your story in an engaging way.

Brand Development

Logos, collateral, marketing, etc. I will create a brand that is cohesive and engaging and true to who you are.  

Social Media & More

Marketing campaigns and interacting with your audience to help grow your reach and influence. 


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"Imagination is more important than knowledge" -Albert Einstein