I just attended this year’s WordCamp Vancouver, and realized I’m well overdue for a new post here.
In 2016, I explored the joys and challenges of remote working by spending a few months in India, and balancing travel and meditation with ongoing project work. I’ve been involved in a few rich and complex WordPress development projects, one that hasn’t launched yet, and a suite of sites that are behind an NDA, so I can’t tell you much about them except that it’s been fun and I’m constantly learning how to do more and more with WordPress custom post types.
I designed and built a new site for Colin James, a Canadian blues-rock icon.
And in the next few weeks I’ll be getting out from behind the screen and appearing in front of one instead; I’m a motion-capture puppeteer for virtual reality characters as part of Manipulation at the Vancouver Fringe Festival, taking place at Intersections Digital Studios of Emily Carr University from September 8-18. I’ll also be writing music for the piece I’m acting in. I’m excited to see how it all comes together, and fascinated to dip my toe into a totally different form of technology!