I have always been fascinated with code. Since 2013, I've been creating simple tools used to automate procedures, which means more efficient data processing and analysis, while reducing errors. For instance, I created the The Canadian Climate Scraping Tool (CCDST) with this in mind, helping researchers collect data from Environment Canada in a more efficient manner.
Creating maps is a creative outlet. I have been creating maps for various publications, including theses and journal articles. For a sample, please check out 2018 Alberta Irrigation Information, Amber Zary, MA, Aimee Benoit, MA, Dr. Tom Johnston, Dr. Geoffrey Hale
With various volunteer organizations, I've been fortunate enough to help lower costs by creating websites that are simple and work for the organization. For example, I helped developed the ReadWorld Foundation. I have also creative freedom to design and update the Lethbridge International Film Festival website. Recently, I designed Dr. Glenda Bonifacio's academic website
For a list of projects, please check my Github page.